MTSU education professor Barbara Young has over 50 years of experience in the field of education, more than 30 of them spent on the Blue..
MTSU’s Lana Seivers, dean emerita of the College of Education, devoted her almost half-century-long career to education — from her years in the classroom and..
MTSU’s educational doctorate programs will now be backed by membership in the prestigious Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, or CPED, a part of the..
Leah Solomon remembers when her mother, Gretchen, enrolled at MTSU’s College of Education. Solomon was in elementary school, soaking up inspiration from her mom’s studies...
For MTSU alumnus Trey Duke, education was a calling. From his first MTSU degree in education in 2003 to his recent appointment as director of..
Rutherford County Schools recognized two Middle Tennessee State University alumnae with top honors to close out the latest academic year. Judy Goodwin, Barfield Elementary School..
For the 25th consecutive year, a stellar group of unsung heroes were honored at MTSU’s 2021 Unity Celebration, held virtually this year as part of the..
For special education teachers, the impacts of COVID on special education services extend beyond the challenges faced in the everyday classroom. The changes have been..
Bobbi Lussier, executive director of professional laboratory experiences at the College of Education, knew education students had to get back into classrooms this fall. The..
The MTSU College of Education’s undergraduate elementary teacher preparation program was recently ranked among the nation’s best by the National Council on Teacher Quality. Despite..
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