For many Black families, the church not only provides a place of worship, but a place of belonging and a hub that connects them to the community through a wide range of support services. A new partnership with a local church is exploring how educators can collaborate with faith-based communities to better support the growth of Black students.
The School of Education celebrated its 2021 graduates during a Commencement weekend like no other May 21-23, 2021. Faculty, staff, students and families gathered on campus for a socially-distanced but decidedly joyful celebration.
Rolling out in Summer 2021, the School of Education's new professional studies courses offer provisionally-licensed teachers the coursework they need to attain full licensure.
Starting this fall, the School of Education will add a new master's program and three certificates in teacher education to its slate of 100% online offerings.
During this year's Dual Language Immersion Day, W&M School of Education students learned from experienced leaders in the field and added their voices to the conversation about how to promote dual language instruction in PK-12 classrooms.
The Graduate Education Association (GEA) helps connect students in the School of Education to the faculty, community, and each other. While this year’s board members have had the challenging task of connecting students together during a pandemic that has made people feel more detached than ever before, their goals are to work together to increase student engagement and create a sense of community, even from home.