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.
- 2019 U.S. News graduate rankings UD graduate programs listed among the nation's best In the 2019 U.S. News and World Report’s Best Graduate Schools rankings, 10 ... Read More
- Ferretti and Hiebert publish new collection on Teachers, Teaching, and Reform Book advocates reforming education through collaborative decision-making Since the publication of A Nation at Risk, education reform has centered on teacher ... Read More
- Women of Promise On March 14, 2018 faculty, staff and students gathered to celebrate the achievements of UD women at the annual Women ... Read More
- Elementary teacher education alumna teaches diverse students in Alaska As an elementary teacher education (ETE) senior from Bear, Delaware, University of Delaware alumna Aubrey Bennett expected to pursue her ... Read More
- PhD student awarded prestigious National Science Foundation STEM fellowship Jenifer Hummer, a PhD in Education student in the School of Education, has been awarded one of ten highly competitive ... Read More
- School psychology graduate students receive NASP Minority Scholarship Kadisha Mack and Sydney Morales, graduate students in the School of Education’s school psychology program, have received two of the ... Read More