College of Education

The ˮ College of Education (COE), located in downtown ˮ, is recognized as the largest, most innovative, and most diverse school of education in Oregon. Our professional staff and faculty foster equity, diversity, and inclusion in our four departments: Counselor Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership and Policy, and Special Education. Our departments offer experiences for new and returning academics, as well as professionals seeking to expand their professional skills. We offer undergraduate opportunities, master’s degrees, a multidisciplinary doctoral degree, licensing ˮ, graduate certificates, and training ˮ.

ճ is a scholarship for up to $30,000 in tuition support towards special education licensure. Undergraduate and graduate options available. The program has a strong interest in recruiting bilingual/bicultural candidates interested in working with culturally and linguistically diverse children with disabilities and their families in improving literacy outcomes.

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COE Annual Report 2023

One of the highlights of higher education is building a community. If you've ever wondered what your peers, alumni, and faculty are up to outside of the classroom, check out our 2023–23 Annual Report!

Tina Acker

ˮ announces new Wallace Grant Director Tina Acker

ˮ State University’s College of Education is pleased to announce Tina Acker is the new director of the national Wallace Grant in partnership with ˮ Public Schools, and Lewis and Clark College. The five-year, $8.2 million grant, announced in October 2021, focuses on the development of an equity-centered principal pipeline for ˮ-area K-12 schools, growing the national dialogue to improve...
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