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First grads in physics, GWSS, education BA

A graduate goes forth

Some of the first graduates in three new degrees at the University of Washington Bothell have something in common: perfect timing. Just as they realized their interests in physics, educational studies or gender, women and sexuality studies, those became majors.

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Education bachelor’s not just for teachers

Zakira Ali

Becoming a school teacher is a great outcome for graduates with the new bachelor’s degree in educational studies. The interdisciplinary degree also is an appealing option for students who might use it in the business world or with nonprofits.

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How to make video a powerful classroom tool

Jane Van Galen

Jane Van Galen, a professor in the School of Educational Studies at UW Bothell, shows her students how video storytelling can be a powerful tool in the classroom.

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Bridging the school district-charter school divide

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The Center on Reinventing Public Education reports on how school districts and charter schools can best cooperate. CRPE is a research and policy analysis center at the University of Washington Bothell developing system wide solutions for K–12 public education.

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UW Bothell inspiring change across the world

Hye-Sook Kim

A Fulbright research scholar from South Korea is returning home after a year at the University of Washington Bothell with insights that could change the way educational leaders are trained in her country.

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