Ranked in the top 50 The School of Education appeared in the "Top 50," ranking tied for 48th. For the School of Education, U.S. News' recognition comes as the school is set to open a new state-of-the-art facility in 2010.
Reading - Literacy Leadership The importance of early literacy experiences for at-risk students, emphasis on reading and writing instruction in middle schools, and the demand for more literature in the language arts curriculum have given rise to this M.A.Ed. program in Curriculum and Instruction.
Registration The School of Education offers classes that may be taken by anyone with a bachelor's degree. Some classes are restricted to matriculating students, or require the permission of the instructor. Many classes, however, are open to anyone wishing to enroll.
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Reserving Conference Center Space 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.
Rita Welsh Adult Literacy Program Literacy for Life builds better lives by teaching adults the literacy skills required for self-sufficiency, better health, and meaningful participation in society.
Recycling There are five recycling stations in the School of Education where paper, glass bottles and aluminum cans may be co-mingled. One station is located on the lower level and there are two located in each wing on the other floors. These receptacles are emptied daily, as is the other trash.