Rebecca Rice's lifelong desire to teach is reinforced by her work experience in real classrooms through Quinnipiac's five-year master's program in elementary education.
Interested in our five-semester MAT program in elementary or secondary education? Learn more about the programs from Quinnipiac students.
Stacie D’Antonio has never been afraid of a challenge. Equipped with a well-rounded educational leadership degree from Quinnipiac and more than 20 years experience, she leads an elementary school and is making positive change happen.
Education professor Anne Dichele is passionate about teaching and public education. She was a founding member of one of the state’s first charter schools.
Mordechai Gordon believes being an educator is more than teaching subjects – it’s about knowing how your identity shapes the kind of teacher you become.
Tim Goodwin has a mission to help urban students succeed in school and achieve bright futures. His sixth-year degree at Quinnipiac is helping him reach his goals.
What makes the the School of Education distinct? Hear directly from Dean Kevin Basmadjian.
The School of Education is nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, the teaching profession's organization to help establish high quality teacher, specialist and administrator preparation, under the National Council for Accreditation for Teacher Education standards. CAEP accreditation is a mark of distinction, and provides recognition that the college of education has met national professional standards for the preparation of teachers and other educators.