UW is the nation's No. 6 ranked public school of education
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Washington College of Education No. 14 among the nation's best education schools in its annual graduate school ratings, released in March 2020.
125 academic and research faculty
The College's faculty recognized for their work advancing teaching practice, early learning, STEM education, special education, leadership development and more.
Since 2006, 9 alumni have been named Washington State Principal of the Year
The University of Washington is ranked among the nation's Top 10 programs for education administration and supervision.
The College has 300+ partnerships with schools, nonprofits and communities
Our research and professional preparation programs are deeply embedded in schools and communities throughout Washington state and beyond.
54% of our students are BIPOC or international
The College is dedicated to supporting a diverse community of future teachers, leaders, researchers and policymakers.
The College's research and service generated $55 million in grant funding during FY2018
Every day, in more than a dozen research centers, the College's leading edge research is directed at unlocking the full potential of every child.
Our students perform 400,000 hours of service annually
College of Education students complete student teaching, internships, service learning and research with local schools, early learning providers and other youth-serving organizations.
Leading the field of education
Five of the College's academic programs are ranked among the top 12 in the nation.
7 faculty elected American Educational Research Association Fellows
UW faculty are nationally recognized for their exemplary research in education.