STANDARD OF QUALITY
The School of Education is fully accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)
The School of Education was awarded the prestigious Frank Murray Leadership Recognition for Continuous Improvement Award on October 15, 2020Learn more about this award
AN EMPOWERING PROGRAM
Preparing students to diagnose and treat speech- and language-related disorders.Learn more about the new MSEd.
Training and improving the performance of current teachers and administrators.Learn about our programs.
About the School
The School of Education is dedicated to the preparation of educational professionals, including teachers, administrators, speech pathologists, counselors and reading specialists. Our programs combine sustained, in-depth clinical experiences with a rigorous curriculum that includes the latest and most powerful ideas from the field. During those experiences, future professionals use 21st century skills to make an immediate difference in local schools and communities.
Graduates from the School of Education are dedicated to the highest ideals of their profession; engaged in unceasing professional growth and development; and committed to meeting the needs of diverse populations in their schools and communities. They make a life long difference.
Immersive Teacher Preparation
Undergraduate Degree Programs include P-3, Elementary Education Endorsement (K-6), Secondary Education Endorsement (9-12), and K-12 Education. Plus five-year Baccalaureate/Master's Programs allow a student to earn both an undergraduate and graduate degree in just five years.Learn about Undergraduate Programs
The Monmouth teacher preparation program combines extensive clinical experiences with a rigorous college curriculum. Instruction on practice and theory are integrated in innovative ways, such as our new pilot program that provides one full year of teaching experience. Monmouth graduates are confident teachers, who possess both the skill and understanding to use highly effective, research-based instructional strategies that promote P-12 student learning.
The Yearlong Clinical Experience
Semester-long Clinical Experience Immediately before Professional InternshipLearn More about Clinical Experience
The Growing Need for Speech Pathologists
A student clinician makes a difference with just a few words while others teach children to communicate.
Our training is designed for improving the performance of current teachers and administrators. Learn more about our three School Academies and view the upcoming Symposium Schedule.Learn More about the Academies
Central Jersey Consortium for Excellence and Equity
CJCEE is an evolving collaboration of administrators, teachers, support staff, parents, and elementary and secondary students that are collectively committed to learning and working together to enhance the achievement and well-being of all students, as well as increasing the academic performance, engagement, and future success of traditionally underachieving students.Learn More about the Consortium
University School Partnerships
The School of Education is actively engaged in collaborative P-12 school partnerships with many local school districts providing opportunities for students to teach, tutor, and mentor in school settings.Learn More about Partnerships
Jessica M. Auriemma '21 and Professor Callas Featured in United Nations Magazine
Kim and Grabowski at NJCSS Workshop on 2020 NJ Standards for K-12 Teachers
Social Justice Academy Kickoff: "Combating Racial Injustice Through Education" July 1
Doctoral Student Laura Petillo and Professor Carley-Rizzuto Publish on Social Emotional Learning
Christie Pearce Rampone Elected to National Soccer Hall of Fame
Attend a Graduate Information Session
Sign up for a Graduate Information Session to learn more about graduate opportunities at Monmouth. Talk with program directors individually. Learn more about financial aid available to you. See the beautiful campus for yourself.Register for a Session