College of Education
Eastern Kentucky University’s teacher education program has received national honors.
A new partnership between Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education and Corbin Independent Schools to enhance the preparation of middle grade teachers represents “an opportunity for all of us to get better together,” said Dr. Kim Naugle.
Dr. Verna Lowe has been selected as the Dean of the EKU College of Education.
As part of its ongoing emphasis on student success, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education is managing three programs designed to maximize retention and graduation rates.
An Eastern Kentucky University doctoral student is among six graduate students in educational administration nationally to receive a scholarship from the American Association of School Administrators (AASA).
By the time they begin student teaching in their senior year, pre-service teacher education majors at Eastern Kentucky University are already veterans of the classroom.
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program at Eastern Kentucky University will be fully online with multiple options in Spring 2013.
Available areas of advanced study will include Elementary Education, Learning and Behavior Disorders, Educational Leadership, and Safety and Facilities Management.
Dr. Roger Cleveland, associate professor of educational leadership and policy studies at Eastern Kentucky University, has been named to the School Curriculum, Assessment and Accountability Council by Gov. Steve Beshear.
Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education has received a 2012 Inviting School Award from the International Alliance for Invitational Education.
The Eastern Kentucky University Department of Curriculum and Instruction has been selected by NASA's Aerospace Education Services Project (AESP) to participate as a member in a newly created alliance designed to provide professional development for educators.