Designed to promote an equitable education, the Connecting the DOTS series will provide guidance in areas where instructors, parents, and students may be struggling.
Gallentine, an elementary education alum, was distinguished among hundreds of outstanding PreK-5th grade teacher nominees representing public and non-public school districts of Winnebago and Boone...
Housed in the College of Education, NCUE’s Step-Up program completed its 11th summer of preparing future educators from across the University to teach in urban settings.
The College of Education (COE) has multiple professional development opportunities for teachers and current education students this fall. Presentations will be hosted by COE faculty, alumni, and...
Adrianne Summers-Reynolds may have to field some questions from her third-graders this fall that other student teachers do not. The senior elementary education is gay.
When Emilee Baldwin ’19 was approaching graduation in middle-level education with endorsements in science and social studies, she was focused on finishing her degree and getting a good job.
We sat down with a handful of members of the COE and asked five questions to find out a little more about them, why they do what they do, and what keeps them going.