NCATE Accreditation

The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education's teacher education program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the highest level of accreditation available.

Learn more about our NCATE accreditation.

NCATE

Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education

At the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education, we are preparing tomorrow's teachers for today's schools while developing them for a lifelong career in the always-changing field of education.

The things you will learn in our classrooms should be helpful to you when you get your first teaching job, and 20 years from now.

Teaching Programs | Leadership Programs | Doctoral Programs


Teaching Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Master's Programs to Become a Teacher

Master's Programs for Current Teachers

Advanced Certification for Current Teachers


Leadership Programs

  • Educational Leadership
    (School Building Leader Certification or School Building Leader/School District Leader Certification)

Doctoral Programs


Education Alumni Spotlight

Taylor Giarrizzo '13

11th grade teacher, University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men

"At the School of Education, you are not simply a student, but part of a community of learners, including the faculty. The passion the faculty and staff have towards education is contagious and inspires you to want to make a difference in the field of education."

Learn more about Taylor.


School of Education News

 

Spreading Literacy through Service-Learning

Spreading Literacy through Service-Learning

11/06/2014

This semester, students in Dr. Susan Schultz’s Language Acquisition and Literacy Development course are enveloped in service-learning, working with Volunteers of America and Maplewood Library on after-school programs for children ranging from pre-school through elementary school. Read More

Schlosser Publishes Article

Schlosser Publishes Article

10/31/2014

Dr. Linda Schlosser, Associate Professor in the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education, coauthored an article, “Playing to Learn: How After-School Clubs Influence Teachers’ Beliefs about Instruction,” which will appear this month in Sage Open. Read More

 

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