Kevin Gallagher, a long-time mentor in the UW's Elementary Teacher Education Program, is featured and UW teacher candidate Katie Sorensen (MIT '20) is mentioned.
How one Seattle teacher kept his kindergartners engaged through the coronavirus closures
UW Medicine and College of Education partner to research Alzheimer's disease
Professor Chun Wang will partner in research exploring approaches to improve the identification of people at highest risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Local school districts continue with fall reopening plans amid President Trump's threats
Professor Meredith Honig comments that threats to withhold federal funds from school districts not bringing all students back for full-time, in-person instruction will exacerbate the stress school district leaders are facing during the pandemic.
The Most Important School Desegregation Case You’ve Never Heard Of
The research of Gonzalo Guzman (PhD '18) is featured in an article about a once-forgotten landmark legal case that ended the segregation of students of Mexican descent in a small Colorado town.
Would You Pay $7,500 to Educate Your Kid Like Elon Musk’s?
Professor Nancy Hertzog comments on a new school launched by entrepreneur Elon Musk with once-a-week online classes.
To understand structural racism, look to our schools
The University of Washington’s Brotherhood Initiative, led by College of Education faculty member Joe Lott, is noted as an example of efforts to remove barriers to the success of Black students in higher education.
What Is Freedom? Teaching Kids Philosophy in a Pandemic
Debi Talukdar, a doctoral student in multicultural education and philosopher-in-residence at Seattle's Thurgood Marshall Elementary School, highlights work Talukdar has been involved with through the UW Center for Philosophy for Children.
3 Ways to Lead Inquiry-Based Schools
Faculty member Kimberly Mitchell discusses how school leaders and coaches can demonstrate inquiry dispositions and strategies in staff meetings, professional development and teacher support.
Diversity, Belonging, and Racial Justice
Jordan Taitingfong, a doctoral student and early learning training specialist at UW's Haring Center for Inclusive Education, writes about the intersection of disability and race in early childhood.
Haring Center receives childcare grant to support COVID-19 response
The Haring Center for Inclusive Education's EEU lab school has received a grant from the Seattle Foundation to support its provision of emergency childcare to frontline medical staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.