We engage in thoughtful interdisciplinary work to prepare students for impactful careers in health and education, to bridge innovative research to practice and to leverage our strengths in service to the state and our communities.
Consistently ranked among the best public schools of education in the country, the College of Education is committed to preparing educators, researchers and leaders to join us in responding to pressing challenges in education and health. We do this within three strategic impact areas: advancing equity and eliminating disparities in education and health, attending to place and context and thriving through transitions. The college is home to five academic departments, 10 research centers and the University of Texas High School District (UTHSD).
PhD candidate Ana Guadalupe Vielma speaks to us about her journey as a first-gen COE student.
Research, Impact and Achievements: December 2023
Honoring the COE faculty who have received national awards or had studies accepted for publication, as well as highlighting some exciting opportunities for students and faculty.
Bad Sleep Is a Problem for Principals. Here’s What to Do About It
A new study from a COE associate professor finds that school leaders sleep worse than most people, but making a few adjustments can ensure it won’t impact school performance.