The School of Education is dedicated to a mission of education and human services and seeks to prepare students who will become leaders in their professions.
The long-term vision of the Texas Wesleyan University College of Education is to expand interdisciplinary research to meet the compelling need for research linking teaching and learning to meet the critical challenges of education in the 21st century.
This vision includes strengthening the role of the College of Education in linking the U.S. and Mexico in building collaborative relationships to enhance current educational theory and practice.
To serve as an exemplary model of innovative and effective culturally and linguistically responsive teaching and learning for the 21st century student demographic.
Bill Rucker's daughter, Erin, is gravely ill, and is in need of mass quantities of life-saving blood. The Kinesiology Department is sponsoring a blood drive with the Carter Blood Center from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 17, to help her fight her illness.
As part of the new Ph.D. Program in Marriage and Family Therapy, the Master Therapist Series is open to the community of mental health practitioners and students as a means of extending quality education and CEUs for LPCs, LMFTs and Social Workers.
Did you know?
"Instruction, by function, continues to account for the largest share of educational expenditures at 61.7 percent of basic educational costs. In total, Texas employed roughly 328,000 teachers and 62,000 educational aides in 2008–09.
— From Tracking the Education Dollar in Texas Public Schools, February 2011, sponsored by TASA, TASB, TASBO
Visit the TEA website for more information on Texas school funding.
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