Schools of Education’s Position on Flexible Instruction During COVID-19
The School of Education at UW Tacoma recognizes the significant impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our community, nation, and world. Our main priority is ensuring our community's health, safety, and well-being. This statement describes the endorsed school-wide efforts to best support all faculty, staff, and students during these difficult times. Note: specific academic programs within the School of Education may offer more detailed statements about course delivery and expectations.
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Master of Education alumnus, Claire Bowlby, talks about her student teaching experience and how UW Tacoma School of Education faculty and staff are focused on your success.