Purdue University College of Education
Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential
August 11, 2022
Providing “an educated citizenry”: Project RISE
August 10, 2022
Barce gives back-to-school advice via Associated Press, state & national outlets
The Associated Press quoted Jennifer Barce, assistant dean for teacher education at the College of Education, saying the advice she gives student teachers preparing for their first day in the classroom works for kindergarteners too: “Be safe, healthy, fed and well-rested.” Fox News, Wane 15, the Indianapolis Star and a host of national outlets picked up the story because it’s good advice for parents, teachers and students.
August 5, 2022
Sharing similarities, celebrating differences: GER2I Summer Residential Camps
August 4, 2022
Education students named to spring 2022 Academic All-Big Ten, Distinguished Scholars
August 3, 2022
NCTQ names Purdue’s College of Education an “Equitable and Excellent” program
Building a more diverse teacher workforce is becoming ever more essential – so much so that part of the College’s Strategic Plan focuses on recruiting and retaining candidates from historically underrepresented groups. The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) recently named the College of Education as an “Equitable and Excellent” program, one of 89 institutions nationwide that exhibit equity and excellence in pass rates for aspiring teachers of color.
August 2, 2022
Purdue’s Marcia Gentry to receive 2022 NAGC President’s Award