Brain Lightfoot's ed talk

Watch now: 2020 Ed Talks centered educators' voices, experiences, and visions for the future

Nov. 30, 2020

This fall, CU Boulder's Ed Talks centered educators' voices and visions for the future. From a first-year teacher to a co-founder of an innovative new school, speakers shared how they are sustaining and supporting themselves, their colleagues, their students, and their communities in these challenging times. Watch the special virtual event in its entirety or view individual talks online.

Puksta scholars

Puksta Scholars: Working together toward a more just and equitable future

Giving students the opportunity to serve as catalysts for change in their communities, the Puksta Scholars program at CU Boulder is a competitive scholarship supported by the Puksta Foundation. For me, the Puksta Scholars program provides a beautiful look into the compassionate side of our humanity as the community comes...

Garrett Cease rock climbing

Learning the ropes

Rock climber uses wellness techniques in teaching At the start of every class, Garrett Cease leads a group of sixth graders in a 30-second meditative moment. Encouraging the class to take three deep breaths together, he asks his students to sit quietly for a moment and observe how they feel...

Oakland international

The call for community schools

Blurring the lines between supportive schools and thriving communities As a teenager walking the halls of her suburban, middle-class high school, Julia Daniel witnessed injustices and unequal access to educational programs despite her school’s outstanding college-readiness reputation. “There was an emphasis on critical thinking and a lot of opportunities for...

2020 Scholarship Celebration

2020 Scholarship Celebration celebrates and honors our students and supporters

Oct. 26, 2020

On Oct. 20, around 100 faculty, staff, donors, and students and their families gathered virtually to honor scholarship and fellowship recipients and supporters at the 2020 School of Education Scholarship Celebration. Warmest congratulations to all our scholarship award recipients and to the supporters who make so much possible.

Ed Talks Brian Lightfoot

Ed Talks on Oct. 29 to center educators' voices, experiences, vision for the future

Oct. 19, 2020

It is more important than ever to center educators' voices and experiences in these changing and challenging times. Join us this Thursday, Oct. 29 at 5 p.m. for a special virtual gathering for CU Boulder’s Ed Talks, a series of short, engaging talks inspired by TED Talks that address some of today’s most pressing issues in education.

Fleming exterior

The School of Education moves to the Fleming building

Aug. 25, 2020

The CU Boulder School of Education has officially moved to a beautifully renovated, new campus home in the Fleming building. Learn more about the renovation project, and find maps, parking tips, project timeline, photo albums and more.

Teacher leadership

New online Master's in teacher leadership aims to address rural teacher shortages

June 18, 2020

CU Boulder’s School of Education will soon launch a new online master’s degree program designed to address teacher shortages by supporting teachers to stay in the classroom. Developed with input from partner educators in rural Northeast Colorado, the program promises to support teachers who are looking for an affordable and accessible pathway to develop new skills and competencies.

online student

Summer course offerings move to remote, many focus on digital formats

May 13, 2020

Planning your summer and looking to learn more? As many courses move to remote formats, the School of Education summer courses offered during Summer Session are more accessible than ever and some classes, such as Critical Digital Pedagogies and Teaching Writing Online, are focusing on online technologies.

Daniela Harton

Daniela Harton, a future teacher with justice and equity at heart

May 11, 2020

With a heart for social justice, Daniela Harton kept coming back to a career in education. As an undergraduate majoring in Human Services and Social Justice, she found herself working for after-school programs and then the Colorado Education Association. Soon, she began to see herself as a teacher.