Special Education Department

More than 50 Western Washington University students and graduates received Outstanding Graduate honors for the 2018-19 academic year. 

Faculty members from dozens of academic departments and programs select one graduate to honor as the Outstanding Graduate of the…

The LaConner School District has dedicated the district’s Performing Arts Center in honor of Tim Bruce, assistant professor in the Educational Administration program in the Woodring College of Education. On Wednesday, May 16, the Bruce Performing Arts Center was unveiled at a ceremony attended…

Introducing New Woodring College of Education Faculty Members

Woodring welcomes eight new faculty members to the Western community for the 2016-17 academic year.  National searches recruited new faculty from Arizona, Minnesota, California, Michigan, Illinois, Utah and Washington…

The twentieth anniversary of the education industry's Successful Learning Conference opened with a keynote address by key Obama administration education advisor, Dr David Chard, today.

The address, titled Helping Struggling Learners with Mathematical Reasoning, discerned what…

Gordon Elementary School has a new principal.

Karen Tollefson, most recently the principal of White Pass Elementary, will replace Rachel Osborn. The North Kitsap School Board approved the recommendation to hire Tollefson during the June 11 board meeting.

Joseph Hunter, an assistant professor of special education at Western Washington University, presented “Identifying the Successful Strategies in an Efficacious Story-Based Behavior (Intervention System: A Study of a Summer Day Camp for At-Risk 7-12 year olds)” at the National Social…

There is only one road in the United States that crosses the Arctic Circle: Alaska Highway 11, The Dalton Highway.

It's more than 2,300 miles from Seattle – roughly the equivalent of driving from Seattle to Detroit. The trip takes more than 50 hours.

Tom Graham knew this…

Bridget Kelley (Special Education) presented “Strategies for Developing Family/Teacher Partnerships” at the 36th Annual TECBD Conference on Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth held in Tempe, Ariz., Oct. 25 to 27, 2012.

Western Washington University student Elizabeth Alyse Dameron, the daughter of Brian and Debra Dameron of Bainbridge Island, has accepted a $1,000 Special Education Intern Scholarship and a $1,500 Horn Teacher Education Scholarship for the 2012-2013 academic year.

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