The Faulconer Gallery: A resource for all disciplines.
Get ready — develop expertise in your chosen field and gain the experience and skills you'll need for later.
A look at Posse Scholars and their experiences at Grinnell.
Rural K-12 schools face the same challenges — but with fewer resources — as urban schools.
New program helps students think about the longterm possibilities of teaching and commit to a teaching career.
Students assess alternative teacher programs: Teach for All and Teach for America.
First-year students explore the possibilities and limits of consumer-based citizenship.
We have several committees that lead the curricular and policy changes within the education program. These include the following:
The Teacher Education Committee (TEC) shapes the policies and programs of the education program and authorizes students for the licensure program.
2015-16 TEC Members are:
Through the licensure program in the Education Department, students interested in teaching can earn a license for grades 5-12 in English, the social sciences, the natural sciences, math, and world languages. Students can also earn an endorsement in ESOL teaching. The program guides you through a series of courses that culminate in a semester of student teaching. Course work, independent study, and Mentored Advanced Projects also provide opportunities for students to explore career options such as education policy, research, or school administration.