Francisco Rios

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'Education needs to embrace diversity'

Education has been largely developed and passed down in a way to consolidate the dominance of men and the rich, and in this changing era of globalization, education needs to embrace other parts of society and respect diversity, said Francisco Rios, a professor of Woodring College of…

'Since Time Immemorial' training gets a $600k boost

A state law requires schools in Washington to teach students the history of the state’s 29 federally recognized indigenous nations, just as they teach U.S. and state history. School districts that have adopted the “Since Time Immemorial” curriculum, which was formerly “…

Francisco Rios to transition from dean to professor at Woodring 2016-06-10
Woodring program benefits Western students, Whatcom middle-schoolers 2016-01-22
Teacher shortage in state worries education officials

For more than a decade, Daniel Rasmussen was in the business of teeth, operating his own dental practice in Anacortes.
Two years ago, however, Rasmussen sold his practice to head back to school.
Twenty-five years after graduating from Oregon Health and Science…

Elected officials, policy experts, educators collaborate in Munro Seminar for Civic Education Oct. 27-28 2015-10-27
Munro Seminar for Civic Education Set for Oct. 27-28 2015-10-13
Delegation from Chungbuk National University visits WWU 2015-08-27
Western CEDAR and SelectedWorks: sharing Western’s work with the world 2015-05-06
Chilean students spend quarter studying at Western 2015-03-16
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