Get to know some of our outstanding School of Education graduates

May 11, 2022

On Saturday, May 14, UW–Madison will celebrate its Spring 2022 Commencement. We reached out to a few of the more than 600 students who are graduating from programs in the School of Education to learn about their favorite memories, advice for incoming students, and future plans.

School of Education shines at AERA 2022 Annual Meeting

April 29, 2022

The American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) 2022 Annual Meeting recently wrapped up after being offered both in person in San Diego and virtually. More than 125 faculty, staff, and students from the UW–Madison School of Education presented at the conference, which ran April 21-26.

Flow Project Gallery proposal is recipient of Emerging Artist Award in this year’s Arts Business Competition

April 26, 2022

A project team that includes students who are pursuing degrees within the UW–Madison School of Education is a recipient of an Emerging Artist Award in this year’s UW–Madison Arts Business Competition. The students’ proposed project, Flow Project Gallery, aims to bring Wisconsin’s water issues to the forefront through art by connecting UW–Madison student artists with water professionals across the state.

Koza’s ‘Destined to Fail’ is winner of Outstanding Book Award from AERA’s Curriculum Studies division

April 22, 2022

Julia Eklund Koza’s book, “ ‘Destined to Fail:’ Carl Seashore’s World of Eugenics, Psychology, Education, and Music,” has been selected as the winner of the Outstanding Book Award for 2021 by the Curriculum Studies division of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Koza is a professor emerita in the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction and with the Mead Witter School of Music.

School of Education recognizes 2022 faculty and staff award winners

April 18, 2022

The UW–Madison School of Education recognized some of its most outstanding individuals with Faculty and Staff Distinguished Achievement Awards during a reception and short ceremony on Thursday, April 14. This year’s event also included recognition of the inaugural recipients of the School of Education’s Impact 2030 Staff Innovation Awards.

UW–Madison’s Apple provides insight into Wisconsin political battles over schools

April 5, 2022

Up North News utilized the expertise of UW–Madison’s Michael Apple, a professor emeritus in the Departments of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies, for a recent article that is titled, “Wisconsin GOP’s War on Public Schools Enters Primetime with Tuesday’s School Board Elections.” The article highlights how school board elections, “once sleepy, nonpartisan affairs,” have become somewhat of a referendum on the role of public schools.