llinois faces a dire teacher shortage with 4,500 open education positions across the state. Your Redbirds are rising to meet the challenge.
The College of Education GROWTH (COE GROWTH) initiative started in summer 2020 as a coordinated and sustainable professional development program for all COE faculty and staff.
With health and safety guidelines altering traditional student teaching and clinical internships, the College of Education (COE) quickly explored avenues to place teaching candidates in meaningful experiences.
Illinois State University is proud to both prepare and employ some of the most caring and dedicated educators around.
Dr. Dakesa Piña joined the College of Education (COE) in spring 2021 as the first college-level diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) officer at Illinois State.
As schools cautiously inch toward normalcy, there is no shortage of difficult questions being asked. Redbird Jennifer Gill fields many of them as the leader of Springfield School District 186, where she has served as superintendent since May 2014.
When the pandemic began, students’ lives were turned upside down, and their education experiences were immediately moved to virtual learning.
We sat down with two faculty associates at Metcalf School who are no strangers to navigating the journey of educational technology and remote learning.
Private support from the Owen Foundation and joyce gillie gossom ’78 accelerates opportunity across the College of Education.
Individual donors have always been integral to the College of Education’s success, especially during Redbirds Rising: The Campaign for Illinois State.