‘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.

Boeing honored with Distinguished Service Award

Boeing service award
Jun 16 2014

The recipient of the University of Washington College of Education's 2014 Distinguished Service Award is the Boeing Company. The award honors an individual or organization whose extraordinary contributions have advanced the College of Education’s central mission: To make equitable and excellent education a daily reality for every child in every community. Boeing was presented with the award at the College's commencement ceremony on June 16.

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.

Elementary TEP Resources & Program Partnerships

Collaborative Schools for Innovation and Success: Our Collaboration with Roxhill Elementary

Roxhill Elementary is a long-term partner.
Nov 5 2013

The Collaborative Schools for Innovation and Success (CSIS) project is a state-funded partnership between the College of Education and Roxhill Elementary school in Seattle.

UW Researchers Lead Charge for Change in Science Education as WA Adopts NGSS

NGSS Logo
Oct 8 2013

As Washington State makes plans for adopting rigorous new Next Generation Science Standards, researchers at the University of Washington’s College of Education are already in the field working with partner districts to prepare educators for the coming sea-change in science education.

Read more about the College's work in the 2013-2014 edition of Research That Matters ("The Other Gap," pp. 16-21).

Summary: Garfield High School Summer Bridge Program

Aug 28 2009

From a home-schooled Ashland, Ore. youth to a student from Seattle Girls school, Garfield High Schools’ incoming high school freshmen come from all types of educational institutions. Yet, they have one thing in common. Most simply aren’t prepared for the academic and personal challenges of high school, and consequently, struggle and often fail during their freshman year.

Elementary MIT Application Requirements

Bachelor's degree conferred before program starts.

Secondary MIT Application Requirements

Bachelor's degree conferred before the program starts.

Resume detailing work experience, academic experience, awards and scholarships

Pathways for Certified Teachers

Certified teachers have two routes for adding additional endorsements: