Eastern Virginia Writing Project The Eastern Virginia Writing Project is a local site of the National Writing Project. Using the national program design as its model, the EVWP offers teachers the expertise necessary to strengthen and evolve their own writing programs.
Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership As demographics of student populations shift at both K-12 and higher education levels, graduate preparation programs must be more responsive and adaptable to new realities and priorities that emerge.
Elementary Education Graduate students in the Elementary School Teaching M.A.E.d. program complete a 45-semester hour program that includes educational foundations course work, methods courses in elementary school subject fields, clinical and student teaching experiences.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Endorsement Students enrolled in the initial licensure programs (that is, elementary, secondary, and special education) may pursue a dual endorsement with English as a Second Language (ESL). The ESL endorsement is not a stand-alone degree program, nor is it open to unclassified students.
Events The 11,000 square foot Professional Development Center (PDC) is the School of Education's main venue for hosting meetings, conferences, and other events in support of the professional development of educators. The PDC can accommodate meetings for 10 to 375 people.
Executive Ed.D. in K-12 Administration The new Executive Ed.D. offers an alternative to the traditional delivery model for the doctorate degree without sacrificing the quality historically associated with The College of William and Mary. Courses are taught primarily by regular School of Education faculty members, in a format that better meets the needs of working practitioners. This format allows students to earn their Ed.D. degree in less than three years!
Emergency Situations and Equipment In the event of the activation of the building alarm, all faculty, staff, students and other personnel are to immediately evacuate the building in an orderly fashion. No one should wait to determine whether the emergency is real.