High school students, teachers and community partners will gather at UWM on Oct. 27 to learn about potential careers in education at the Future Educators Summit.
Faculty members from the School of Education recently received a $2.87 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for an inclusive early childhood education program.
When Ashley Valentine was a child, she loved to read but was disappointed that few of the characters in books looked like her. Now she’s opened her own bookstore and tutoring center, Rooted MKE, focusing the needs of Black, Indigenous and other people of color.
Student teaching is always a challenge, but Siraj Khan faced a harder than usual assignment. His student teaching started right after his students returned to the classroom after a long pandemic break.
Beginning this fall, UWM will be offering microcredentials in eight sought-after skill areas of nonprofit management. The program offers a way for people to learn without the commitment of seeking a full degree.
Krishana Robinson teaches students who have been detained at Milwaukee’s juvenile justice center. It can be a difficult task, but she finds ways to help as many as she can.
Megan Tervoort is one of the hundreds of elementary and high school students who have benefited from a UWM effort started amid the pandemic shutdown to help students struggling with online classes.
A one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work when it comes to supporting first-generation college students, according to Robert and Hope Longwell-Grice. They’re published a book that explains why.
After a mostly virtual school year last year, back-to-school season feels very different this fall. So what should parents do to prepare their children? UWM experts offer some tips.
Keynote speaker for “Walking in Our Shoes: Understanding the Perspectives of Teachers of Color” is Lynnette Mawhinney, award winning author, advocate and professor at Rutgers University.