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Welcome to the SOE

We are education practitioners, policymakers, and researchers working toward a civically engaged society.

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#1

in Education & Educational Research

Rankings based on the number of research articles in top-tier journals

 

Center for World University Subject Rankings

1:8

faculty to student ratio

The School of Education is home to more than 550 undergraduate and graduate students; nearly 60 tenure-track, over 20 research-track, and 10 clinical-track faculty members; and 40+ lecturers

 

See all SOE faculty and staff

 

$8.5M

in annual research expenditures

In fiscal year 2019, the SOE spent $8,494,432 in research expenditures

40K+

active alumni in over 80 countries

The SOE alumni community comprises nearly 40,200 members living in 81 countries across the world

7

U.S. News top 10-ranked speciality programs

#1 in Higher Education
#2 in Educational Psychology
#2 in Elementary Teacher Education
#4 in Secondary Teacher Education
#4 in Curriculum and Instruction
#6 in Education Policy
#9 in Educational Administration and Supervision

 

2021 U.S. News & World Report Rankings

 

8

members of the National Academy of Education

SOE faculty include several renowned scholars and researchers awarded by prestigious institutions:

8 National Academy of Education members
National Academy of Sciences member
2 American Academy of Arts and Sciences members
1 National Medalist of Science

Degrees & Certifications

Choose from bachelor's degrees with elementary teacher certification or secondary teacher certification.

 

Choose from master's degrees in educational studies, educator preparation, or higher education. 

Choose from doctoral programs in educational studies, higher education, education & psychology, and English & education. 

Choose from undergraduate, master's, and cert-only options.

The Education for Empowerment minor examines the role of education in advancing the aims of justice and democracy in society.

Choose from our online courses and certificate programs, or discover our Blended Master of Arts in Educational Studies program—ranked #2 by BestColleges.com. 

SOE IN ACTION

Project-based science education
The Multiple Literacies in Project-Based Learning team designs project-based science curricula for grades 3-5 that will be available to all educators free of charge.
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Creating Pathways to Higher Ed
Ryan Henyard aims to build pathways for students with stories like his to be able to get into higher education.
Assisting Nationwide Higher Education Policymakers
CSHPE student Kristen Cummings builds connections and shares information among state policymakers as an intern with the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association.
Studying Equity in Education
CSHPE doctoral graduate Xiaoyang Ye investigates why disadvantaged students make what he calls “sub-optimal choices in their K–12 to higher education pathways."
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The Teaching School

Empowering experiences, educators, environment and evaluation.