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SeattleTimes

Seattle has a year to figure out who should be its next superintendent of schools, someone different from the last one. No one has a good word to say about the recently departed Maria Goodloe-Johnson, but wasn't she our savior just a little while ago? In this op-ed, Seattle Times columnist, Jerry Large, praises Meredith Honig's collaborations with districts to help them redefine their core mission as education and learning.

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Ed Prep Matters

The UW College of Education is one of 15 of the nation’s leading teacher and principal preparation programs to be founding partners in the Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab).

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Education Week
When district leaders must cut their budgets, they look first to their central office, but Michael A. Copland and Meredith I. Honig advise against following that instinct.
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NGSNavigators

Professor Jessica Thompson is the featured guest on a podcast discussing the value of collaboration with science teaching colleagues specifically by forming Professional Learning Communities.

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KUOW
Some recent studies show that kids who are involved in the arts do better in school. Carmela Dellino, College alum and principal of Roxhill Elementary School, talks about the importance of arts at Roxhill.
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The Conversation

Professor David Knight writes about proposals by Democratic presidential candidates to spend more federal dollars on public education programs and the potential to reduce funding inequities in public schools.

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University Week

In the brief, Marguerite Roza, research associate professor and senior scholar at the center, and Sarah Yatsko, its research coordinator, suggest four options districts could pursue to remedy school spending.

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Intelligent

The University of Washington's ABA master's degree online program has been ranked among the nation's top programs, including "Best in the Northwest."

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ParentMap

In a ParentMap interview, Dr. Elhan Kazemi shares her perspectives on thoroughly modern math instruction, as well as steadying advice to parents who still need to help their children with their math homework.

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Northwest Asian Weekly

Dean Mia Tuan comments on the potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education.