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U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools of Education

The College of Education was named the 55th Best Graduate School of Education in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report rankings. The College of Education rose from No. 56 to No. 55, one year after it climbed seven spots.

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Graduate Programs in Education

Graduate Programs

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Our graduate programs are driven by the most current research and groundbreaking models of teaching, learning, and practice.
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Undergraduate Programs in Education

Undergraduate Programs

On the path to the professional world of teaching, leadership, and service, our undergraduate students become experienced problem-solvers, innovators and creative thinkers.

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Alumni and Friends

Alumni & Friends

The College of Education Alumni Community offers our alumni & friends opportunities to come together and discover ways to contribute to the community.

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Dean Gregory Anderson

Perspectives in Leadership

Temple's Faculty Herald  features an extended interview with the Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Gregory M. Anderson.

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Institute on Disabilities Presents "A Fierce Kind of Love"

A Fierce Kind of Love

Temple University’s Institute on Disabilities presents the world premiere of A Fierce Kind of Love, a play by Drama Desk-nominee and Pig Iron Theatre Company co-founder Suli Holum and directed by Philadelphia theater veteran David Bradley. An exploration of the intellectual disabilities rights movement in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, the play runs from April 7-17, 2016 at Christ Church Neighborhood House, 20 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Dr. Sarah Cordes discusses property tax reform and education finance in Pennsylvania

Dr. Sarah Cordes

Sarah Cordes, a professor of educational leadership policy at Temple University in Philadelphia, asserts that the most pressing problem in education finance is not funding sources. It is the fact that Pennsylvania is one of the few states that do not have an education funding formula that allocates state funds based on the current characteristics of a district—for example, a district’s wealth, student characteristics, and changes in different categories of enrollment.

Dr. Gregory Anderson coauthors chapter of book selected for AERA Division J 2016 Outstanding Publication Award

Dr. Gregory M. Anderson

Dr. Gregory M. Anderson coauthored chapter of Critical Approaches to the Study of Higher Education, published in 2015 by John Hopkins University Press. This edited book was selected for the American Education Research Association (AERA) Division J 2016 Outstanding Publication Award. The award recognizes scholars for specific publications judged as making substantial contributions to the literature and/or practice of higher education.

College of EDTalk: Pennsylvania Secretary of Education, Pedro Rivera

Pedro Rivera hosting a EdTalk
On Thursday, March 24th, 2016 Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Education, Pedro Rivera, participated in an EDtalk, coordinated through the collaboration of Dr. Lori Shorr, Associate Professor of Urban Education and Mr. Jason Bozzone, Assistant Dean for Career and Student Development & Special Events. This student centered led talk focused on education and career development while sharing his personal story of growing up in Philadelphia and establishing a career in education. 
 

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