The School of Education within the College of Education and Human Development is a nationally recognized and authoritative source of knowledge about the practices that impact students’ academic and social development and educators’ professional development. Our 54 faculty members work with over 900 students in our diverse undergraduate programs and graduate programs.
- Democracy Project summer institute for teachers Twenty-five Delaware school teachers gathered in the University of Delaware’s Graham Hall on Monday, June 20, to begin the 18th ... Read More
- Drama in the classroom ArtsBridge scholar integrates drama into fifth grade literacy lessons Jessica Penney, a junior in the University of Delaware’s elementary teacher education ... Read More
- May 2016 achievements Please join the School of Education in congratulating its faculty, students, and SOE colleagues in affiliated centers on their achievements ... Read More
- Doctoral student John Strong receives Fontana Family Scholarship John Strong, a PhD student specializing in literacy development and learning problems, has received the Fontana Family Graduate Tuition Scholarship ... Read More
- Roberta Golinkoff co-author's new book, Becoming Brilliant New book by School of Education professor discusses what science says about raising successful children ABCs and 1,2,3s are the some ... Read More
- Congratulations to our 2016 graduates! Over Memorial Day weekend, 362 students graduated from UD’s College of Education and Human Development with undergraduate degrees, associate of ... Read More