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Cultivating a Learning Culture: Investing in Students Means Investing in Teachers

Written By: Kerry Soo Von Esch, Ph.D. Dr. Kerry Soo Von Esch is an Associate Professor in the College of Education at Seattle University. Both her teaching and research focus on (1) preparing culturally, linguistically,

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Connecting for Change

School systems are complex webs of people, information, policies and practices. Each person, whether an administrator, teacher, student, or community member experiences the system differently. Because of this, when faced with systemic challenges, it can

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Engaging with Families as Leaders to Drive Change

“Family engagement is a practice—not just a one-off program,” Sydney Holman, Program Manager of SPS’ Family Partnerships Team, states. Together, the Seattle Housing Authority, SPS Family Partnerships, and the Learning for Equity Network (LEN) are

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Adding It All Up: Addressing Math Education’s Evolution

“Math can serve as both a gateway and a gatekeeper for opportunities in and outside of school” (Aguirre, Mayfield, Martin, 2013). From advanced classes to high-demand career pathways, math serves as one of the strongest

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Making Math Meaningful

For elementary instructors Jeff Freiberg and Melissa Woodbridge, teaching students the joy of math means bringing their students’ lived experiences into instruction. “I try to be very intentional about creating math concepts that students can

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Connecting for Change

School systems are complex webs of people, information, policies and practices. Each person, whether an administrator, teacher, student, or community member experiences the system differently. Because of this, when faced with systemic challenges, it can

August 1, 2022

Making Math Meaningful

For elementary instructors Jeff Freiberg and Melissa Woodbridge, teaching students the joy of math means bringing their students’ lived experiences into instruction. “I try to be very intentional about creating math concepts that students can

March 14, 2022

Engaging with Families as Leaders to Drive Change

“Family engagement is a practice—not just a one-off program,” Sydney Holman, Program Manager of SPS’ Family Partnerships Team, states. Together, the Seattle Housing Authority, SPS Family Partnerships, and the Learning for Equity Network (LEN) are

March 24, 2022

Cultivating a Learning Culture: Investing in Students Means Investing in Teachers

Written By: Kerry Soo Von Esch, Ph.D. Dr. Kerry Soo Von Esch is an Associate Professor in the College of Education at Seattle University. Both her teaching and research focus on (1) preparing culturally, linguistically,

August 8, 2022

Adding It All Up: Addressing Math Education’s Evolution

“Math can serve as both a gateway and a gatekeeper for opportunities in and outside of school” (Aguirre, Mayfield, Martin, 2013). From advanced classes to high-demand career pathways, math serves as one of the strongest

March 14, 2022
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