San José State University is pleased to announce its first 'stand alone' doctoral program: An Ed.D. in educational leadership (accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges). Learn more about an SJSU Ed.D.
This three-year degree is designed to endow, challenge and nurture a diverse group
of next-generation educational leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to build a P-12 public education system that
provides all students with a high quality education. Check out the curriculum
It is the most recent demonstration of San José State's century and a half commitment to the development of first-rate public schools.
Will you be one of Tomorrow's Leaders?
The fourth cohort of the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership at San José State University begins Summer 2017. For more information on the doctoral program, please sign up for one of our information sessions.
Congratulations to Profs. Duckor, Holmberg, and Reis
Please join us in congratulating Noni Reis, Professor of Educational Leadership, who was recently honored by the Monterey Charter of the Association of California School Administrators as Professor of Education.
Prof. Brent Duckor and Lecturer Carrie Holmberg (Teacher Education) just published a book entitled Mastering Formative Assessment Moves: 7 High-Leverage Practices to Advance Student Learning published by ASCD books. The book is available http://www.ascd.org/Publications/Books/Overview/Mastering-Formative-Assessment-Moves.aspx
Sweeney Hall will be closed for maintenance August 14 - August 18, 2017. All departments within the College of Education will be reachable by phone or email during the closure.