School of Education

School of Education

Developing and transforming educators committed to inclusion, diversity, equality, and social justice.

Teach, learn, and lead in the 21st century.

Through a wide range of undergraduate and graduate program offerings, students combine theory with practical experience to foster knowledge and improve the quality of lives in their local and global communities.

Meet the faculty committed to mentoring and developing teaching practitioners.

Faculty

Our students get valuable experience in classrooms from the start of their programs.

The Strength of Our Programs

We strive to be leaders in preparing individuals and communities in creating inclusive educational environments.

Mission & Vision

DEGREES & CERTIFICATES

Innovative Programs for a Wide Range of Professions

Whether you want to change careers, enhance your skills, or enter the teaching field as a first-time bachelor’s candidate, we have a program that will help you reach your goals. For working professionals seeking graduate degrees or certifications, we offer full-time, part-time, online and options to build your own degree.

Modular Master's Degree

Combine two certificate modules, with two foundations courses, and a culminating seminar experience, to create a Master's program that fits you as an individual.

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The Rosemary and Walter Blankley Endowed Chair in Education

As a recipient of The Rosemary and Walter Blankley Endowed Chair in Education, Baker-Doyle proposed an innovative project, “Cultivating Transformative Teacher Education for A Connected World,” which seeks to improve teaching and teacher education by helping educators build collaborative partnerships and seek educational resources through connected technologies and new networking practices.

- Dr. Kira J. Baker-Doyle

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School of Education

Taylor Hall, Suite 200
215-572-2938
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