The study, titled “Transformative agency for justice: Addressing racialization of school discipline with the Indigenous Learning Laboratory,” was co-authored by UW–Madison’s Aydin Bal and Aaron Bird Bear.
UW–Madison’s Brian Burt is the lead author of a new paper published in the Teachers College Record that examines Black male graduate students’ advising experiences in engineering — with the researchers theorizing that more caring relationships could assist students in earning their degree.
Matthews is an associate professor with our highly regarded Department of Educational Psychology. Starting on Aug. 1, he will devote 80% of his time to the interim associate dean position and to leading the School of Education’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
The UW–Madison Community Arts Collaboratory is receiving an NEA Research Lab award to support a new study examining the value of community arts education initiatives.
For a self-described shy person, Jessica Stovall is making some big waves these days. The 34-year old “Badger fanatic” graduate of the UW–Madison School of Education and Chancellor’s Scholarship program has spent the last 11 …