WIDA receives $2.6 million to develop professional learning for rural educators of multilingual learners

WIDA, an educational services organization within the UW–Madison School of Education, received $2.6 million from the U.S. Department of Education to launch Rural Educators Self-Reflecting and Practicing Equity-Centered Teaching with English Learners (Project RESPECT), a …

Peña takes position as education policy analyst with Latino Policy Forum

Vanessa Peña, a doctoral candidate and alumna of the School of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis (ELPA), has started a position as an education policy analyst with the Latino Policy Forum. Peña, …

Environmental Performance Boosts Market Value, But a Firm’s Collective Reputation May Sink It

As it turns out, maybe you should give a darn about your bad reputation—at least if you’re a major corporation. A study on corporate sustainability by Ann Terlaak of the Wisconsin School of Business suggests …

UW–Madison’s Nathan to deliver presentation for teachers in Santiago, Chile

UW–Madison’s Mitch Nathan has been invited to deliver a presentation at an event for teachers in Santiago, Chile, focused on “Enseñando con el Cerebro en Mente / Teaching with the Brain in Mind.” Nathan is …