‘I see it, learn it and do it’: UW’s online Early Childhood and Family Studies students

Jeni Zaffram
Jul 2 2014

This spring some students wrapped up their first year of work toward a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington without ever really setting foot on campus.

Class of 2014 ready to make a difference

Jun 27 2014

The College of Education celebrated its newest cohort of teachers and educational leaders during graduation ceremonies held June 16 outside of Miller Hall. More than 300 members of the Class of 2014 participated in ceremonies and heard from student speaker Maurice Dolberry, an Ed.D student specializing in multicultural education, and alumnus speaker Dr. Ed Taylor, vice provost and dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs.  Watch their remarks below.

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The College Access Project: Creating College Success for Every Student 

Sep 7 2007

Two College of Education students in the Education Leadership and Policy Studies area have written and received a grant from the Hazel Miller Foundation. Ashley Patricia Ferrell, MEd student in Organizational and Policy Studies, and Mariah Moody, MEd student in Higher Education, wrote the grant to support the College Access Project, which aims to increase the percentage of first generation college-bound, low income, and under-represented students who will graduate from high school "college ready".

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The Language, Literacy, and Culture study option provides advanced preparation in reading, writing, English/language arts, and/or English language learning (ELL).

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