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.

Article spotlights impact of test-optional policy at UW–Madison

April 28, 2022

A recent Wisconsin State Journal article spotlights research efforts led by UW–Madison’s Nicholas Hillman examining the impact of a pandemic-induced policy allowing UW–Madison applicants to opt out of sending their standardized test scores. Hillman is a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

Khadejah Ray is awarded AERA Minority Dissertation Fellowship

April 21, 2022

UW–Madison graduate student Khadejah Ray has been awarded a Minority Dissertation Fellowship from the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Ray is a PhD student in the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

ELPA well-represented at AERA’s 2022 Annual Meeting in San Diego

April 20, 2022

The American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) 2022 Annual Meeting is being held in San Diego April 21-26. And once again, faculty, staff, and students with the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis (ELPA) are being well-represented at this major event. According to information collected by the department, 31 sessions taking place during this year's conference will feature scholars from ELPA: including 24 students and seven faculty members.

Ho-Chunk graduate students elevate Native voices in their studies

April 18, 2022

Four Ho-Chunk graduate students at the UW–Madison are working to elevate the voices and experiences of Native American people, and to make academic and cultural spaces more accessible and beneficial to the Ho-Chunk community. Among them is Adrienne Thunder, who is pursuing her PhD in the School of Education's Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

UW–Madison School of Education again in top 5 of U.S. News rankings

March 29, 2022

UW–Madison is home to the fifth-ranked school of education in the nation — marking the ninth straight year it has been rated among the top five. UW–Madison’s School of Education is also the only one in the nation to have a top-10 ranking in all nine education specialty areas — including the No. 1 Educational Psychology program.