Our mission is to generate, study, and teach strategies, practices, and tools for addressing educational problems and to prepare practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers who can develop equitable and just educational opportunities.
The vision of the U-M School of Education is to be a premier School of Education devoted to developing civically engaged children, youth, and adults for a diverse and inclusive society.
In pursuing our vision and mission, members of the University of Michigan School of Education community value:
- Promoting and embodying diversity, inclusion, justice, and equity;
- Working in local, national, and global contexts; and
- Engaging with and learning from communities and learners.
Rankings based on the number of research articles in top-tier journals
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
In fiscal year 2021, the SOE had $9,667,104 in research expenditures
The SOE alumni community comprises nearly 40,200 members living in 81 countries across the world
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#2 in Educational Psychology
#3 in Elementary Teacher Education
#3 in Secondary Teacher Education
#4 in Curriculum and Instruction
#7 in Education Policy