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We say power the knowledge.

Mizzou Ed is the highest performing undergraduate public teacher education program in Missouri. That’s staying power.

With a degree from Mizzou Ed, one thing’s for certain:
You will have the power to change lives.


Student Counseling and Personnel Services ranked #4 among U.S. graduate programs

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Educational Administration and Supervision ranked #15 among U.S. graduate programs

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Special Education ranked #18 among U.S. graduate programs

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Mizzou Ed ranked #45 among all colleges of education in U.S.

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July 14

QuEST Program prepares Missouri Science Teachers

Fifth-grade teachers from districts around the state are attending the University of Missouri’s Quality Elementary Science Teaching (QuEST) program and learning about the properties and structure of matter– a key concept in the newly adopted Missouri Science Learning Standards. In the first week of the program, teachers take on the role of student. The…

July 08

Dean’s letter about emotions

July 8, 2016 Dear Mizzou Ed colleagues and students, This is a challenging message to write without crying and I have to admit I’m failing. There are so many levels of emotions that I’m experiencing as I interact with students and colleagues on campus and via social media. I know many of you are feeling…

May 11

Mizzou Ed celebrates $12 million grant, $3 million in gifts for eMINTS COLUMBIA, Mo. – The enhancing Missouri’s Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies (eMINTS) National Center at the University of Missouri College of Education has been awarded a $12.3 million Investing in Innovation (i3) grant from the U.S. Department of Education to study the effectiveness of integrating teacher instruction with certain technologies while simultaneously exploring strategies to…

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