College of Education

K-12 teachers explore the vibrance of Native American perspectives and people

In workshop, U education professors address how to teach Native perspectives and issues in classrooms.


First cohort to complete unique interdisciplinary special education program

The program prepares teachers of students with visual impairments alongside school psychologists.


U faculty member recognized for contributions to kids’ health

Wesley Wilson wins award and research fellowship from physical education society


College of Education to support mental health in rural Utah schools

A partnership will create a network to provide services to educators and students.


Humans of the U: Kamaal Ahmad

“Every single professor contributed to making me a better person, and helped me to excel in the educational field. They always gave me their most valuable possession, which is their time.”


Humans of the U: Stephanie Morgan

“The Educational Leadership and Policy graduate program has helped me to be a better leader. I have learned to unite others with a shared vision and how to shape and support a team culture.”


U to train adapted physical education and speech-language pathology professionals with $1M grant

U.S. Department of Education grant funds interdisciplinary training for professionals who support children experiencing disability.


FORGEing a new partnership

The new project includes hands-on and virtual heat conduction experiments.


$1M grant helps U prepare teachers and therapists in deafblindness education

Special education teachers and occupational therapists will learn together how to meet deafblind students’ needs.


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