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New climate learning series to examine justice, emotion, action in education

Aug. 15, 2021

Teachers, informal educators, youth organizers, researchers and more gathered to reimagine climate change education for a more just and sustainable world through a series of free webinars and an in-person gathering at CU Boulder in August and September. Watch the Climate Change Learning Series webinars, which uniquely focused on the role of justice, emotion and action.

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A Queer Endeavor comes of age in Colorado

June 25, 2021

Just before Denver's Pride weekend, the team behind an innovative effort to make classrooms safer for LGBTQ youth discusses how schools shape what people think is normal. A Queer Endeavor and a talented group of graduate students and faculty from the School of Education, will host their third Educator Institute for Equity and Justice in July.

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A new education program provides essential support for essential employees

May 19, 2021

Born out of the pandemic but not confined to it, the new Buffs for Front Line Service Employees program provides equitable educational support to the families and school-aged children of the university’s essential employees. Through in-person and virtual support across subject areas and grade levels, Buffs4FLSE fosters a welcoming and nurturing where CU Boulder service employees and their families feel seen and valued.

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Ed Talks reimagined beautiful and just futures through play, heart, truth, and dreams

May 5, 2021

In May, the CU Boulder School of Education hosted an evening of reimagining new social and educational futures through the art of play, heart, truth, and dreams at the Ed Talks virtual event. At times lyrical, lighthearted, and deeply personal, the videos from this series of CU Boulder's Ed Talks are now available and sure to leave the audience full of hope and excitement for a more beautiful and just future.

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School of Education and College of Engineering launch Inclusive Teaching and Pedagogy in STEAM collaboration

April 23, 2021

The CU Boulder School of Education and College of Engineering and Applied Science have teamed up to launch a new Inclusive Teaching and Pedagogy in STEAM Learning collaboration. The initiative aims to create a space for faculty, staff and students across disciplines to engage in conversations, practice and action centered on issues that live at the intersections of equity, inclusion and education.


Virtual Teachers of Color and Allies Summit to feature BIPOC Teacher Panel, affinity groups

Feb. 19, 2021

Join us Feb. 23 and 25 for the virtual Teachers of Color and Allies (TOCA) Summit! This year's event will feature an amazing lineup of educators, including Gerardo Muñoz, Colorado Teacher of the Year as moderator, for BIPOC Teacher Panel and facilitated affinity group conversations to foster community building and knowledge sharing. Register now

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Video: Giving thanks to our mentor teachers and student teachers

Feb. 16, 2021

In these unusual times, the School of Education is beyond grateful for our school partners and mentor teachers, who are helping student teachers navigate challenging times with strength, joy, and creativity in their classrooms. Each teaching team has a unique story. We asked some student teachers and their mentors what their partnership has meant to them, and here is what they shared.

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CU Teach students find community and purpose working in virtual classrooms

Jan. 12, 2021

With many K-12 schools switched to remote or hybrid learning settings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CU Teach partner schools and teachers have been particularly grateful to have support from CU Boulder students. The one-credit Step 1 (EDUC 2020) and Step 2 (EDUC 2030) education courses invite CU Boulder STEM majors to explore teaching and work with elementary classrooms.

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CU Boulder scholars ranked among the most influential in bringing educational ideas to the public

Jan. 6, 2021

In “Public Influence Rankings” released Jan. 6, two members of the CU Boulder School of Education faculty were recognized as among the nation’s top 200 researchers whose scholarship bridges academic and public audiences. Professors Kevin Welner and Bill Penuel were listed among national Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.

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Young people make their voices heard online amid pandemic

Dec. 18, 2020

Youth leaders in the Public Achievement program are navigating uncertain times during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve discovered new ways to express themselves through digital tools, including a series of webinars covering some of the biggest issues affecting their lives — voting rights, the Black Lives Matter movement, COVID-19 health inequities, and more.