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School of Education

An Empowering Program

Our programs are deeply rooted in our commitment to transformative learning and focused on preparing the next generation of educational professionals.

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 current best practices 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.

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Our Standard of Quality

The School of Education is fully accredited by the council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and was awarded the prestigious Frank Murray Leadership Recognition for Continuous Improvement Award.

Professional Development

Our training is designed for improving the performance of current teachers and administrators. We have various School Academies that cater to different needs.

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.

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.

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John E. Henning, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus

Today’s highly competitive world offers substantial challenges for educators and the field of education. We see these challenges as opportunities for continued innovation and further professional growth.

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