• Community as the Cornerstone

    In her introduction to this year's issue of Research That Matters, Dean Mia Tuan notes the UW College of Education carries a special responsibility to foster more equal systems of education.

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  • Community first

    Unite:Ed is the College of Education’s “front door” for community partnerships

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  • Amplifying culture

    The College of Education’s Indigenous Education Initiatives center Native/Indigenous ways of knowing

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  • Community at the Center

    Enhancing positive outcomes for young people in the Puget Sound region is at the heart of Unite:Ed. 

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  • What we’re waiting for

    ibestt puts a powerful suite of free behavioral supports in the hands of schools — and schools keep making it better

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  • Nothing About Us Without Us

    Community organizations, state agency and UW researchers partner to improve pride-centered disability education tools.

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  • Piecing together the puzzle

    Understanding the ways kids with intellectual disability learn to read has largely eluded educators. College of Education researchers are taking a big first step toward uncovering answers.

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  • Representation matters

    A more diverse educator workforce must be the first priority in disrupting systemic racism in society — a $6 million gift bolsters the UW College of Education’s efforts to ensure students see themselves in their teachers.

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