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..
The College of Education’s Center for Fairness, Justice and Equity, or FJE, has a full fall semester of events lined up for education students and faculty to..
MTSU’s College of Education continues to strengthen its relationship with Murfreesboro City Schools, this time through math literacy training for K-5 teachers who will return to their district..
For recent Middle Tennessee State University graduates Zaheerah Smith-Cooper and her daughter, Aminah Smith, sharing interests and passions extended beyond the home to the classroom. The mother-daughter duo..
MTSU College of Education staff are dedicated to making the best teacher preparation program and housing the most effective faculty and staff in the nation. So when..
MTSU’s Assessment, Learning and Student Success doctoral program staff announced a new collaboration with Murfreesboro City Schools this week that provides students with research opportunities in local..
MTSU alumna and Rutherford County Schools teacher Corynn York always knew she wanted to be a teacher, but she did not know she wanted to..
The art of teaching comes alive in the classroom, and MTSU education students get a front-row seat thanks to mentors from partner districts Murfreesboro City..
WE ARE TRUE BLUE