For Kevin Krahenbuhl, director of the Assessment, Learning and Student Success doctoral program at Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Education, the program hitting its 10-year milestone means a..
The National Council on Teacher Quality recently recognized MTSU’s Department of Elementary and Special Education with an A+ distinction for using the most effective, research-based methods of reading instruction. ..
One of the most important elements of MTSU’s top-rated teacher preparation program — ranked the No. 1 producer of the most effective teachers in Tennessee by the..
MTSU’s Center for Fairness, Justice and Equity in the College of Education encourages education faculty and staff to attend the Tuesday, April 25, lunch-and-learn event about reading motivation and engagement for..
Special education teacher and College of Education alumnus Marshall Ellson did not know at first that his school administrators had nominated him for the Herzog Foundation Christian Teacher of the Year award. “Our..
MTSU’s College of Education’s Center for Fairness, Justice and Equity has worked hard this semester to support the college’s faculty, staff and educators-in-training through hosting a calendar full of..
As executive director of the Office of Professional Laboratory Experiences at the College of Education, Tiffany Dellard organizes end-of-semester, full-day seminars to celebrate education students before they graduate and lead their..
MTSU’s College of Education was one of only 32 total institutions to be recognized by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation for its quality as an education preparation..
As an early childhood education professor, Pam Ertel knows how to make work feel like play and puts on the College of Education’s annual professional development Play Symposium event to..
When the MTSU College of Education committee that partners with local school districts brainstormed with Rutherford County and Murfreesboro City Schools on ways to give back and support the teachers who help..