College of Education
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Education
Given the changing demographics in the United States and recent events that have drawn national attention to inequities in American society, it is critical for educators to be well-positioned to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in their classrooms. Join us virtually on Friday, Oct. 30 for the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Mini-Conference hosted by the Teaching and Educational Studies Department.
The College of Education prepares students for meaningful careers focused on improving the lives of others. Our graduates go on to serve and lead in diverse contexts, including K-12 schools, businesses, community organizations, higher education, and more. In addition to providing a range of programs at the bachelors, masters and doctoral level, the College of Education offers minors and certificates to help students strengthen their resumes and prepare them for the workplace. With a focus on learning by doing and reflective practice, our students graduate ready to excel and to change lives.
Idaho State College of Education Doctoral student, Rebeca Peacock, has been selected as one of the 2020 Lee W. Cochran Intern for the Association of Educational Communities and Technology (AECT). The AECT is an international association for instructional design and technology research and practice organization in which they only accept three interns across the world.