for more information on the proposed regulations.
The Connie L. Lurie College of Education is a learning community dedicated to equity and excellence. Equity initially addresses access and outcomes, and the College works to incorporate equity in action through policy and process. Excellence in a democratic society actualizes each student's unique potential as an individual and as a member of a diverse community. Excellence involves knowledge and skills with a commitment to lifelong curiosity, imagination and learning. The result is the College's commitment to the preparation of educators, including teachers, administrators, counselors and service providers who have the knowledge, skills, dispositions, and ethics that ensure equity and excellence for all students in a culturally diverse, technologically complex, global community.
We are accredited by both NCATE and the CTC.
See the job description and information on how to apply,
along with names of committee members online.
LCOE Grants Academy Program
The Lurie College of Education's Grants Academy Program will provide support to faculty members who are interested in developing introductory grant writing and funding knowledge and skills.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Emily Slusser on receiving a $150,000 grant from the Packard Foundation to develop an Early Educator Preparation Program (EEPP).
The program's primary objective is to support prospective and practicing early childhood educators in the greater San Jose community.