They say knowledge is power.

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.

#1

Highest performing undergraduate public teacher education program in Missouri

Based on last available Praxis II undergraduate exit scores

#5

Student Counseling and Personnel Services ranked #5 among U.S. graduate programs

U.S. News & World Report

#17

Educational Administration and Supervision ranked #17 among U.S. graduate programs

U.S. News & World Report

#30

Mizzou Ed ranked #30 among all public colleges of education in U.S.

U.S. News & World Report

News

Jan. 29

Concerned Student 1950 Collective receives NAACP Chairman’s Award

Congrats to Concerned Student 1950 Collective, which includes Mizzou Ed students, on receiving a NAACP Chairman's Award. Read the press release here.  

Nov. 21

Network for Educator Effectiveness – The largest, most comprehensive teacher evaluation system in Missouri

Christi Bergin, a research professor in Educational, School and Counseling Psychology, pondered those questions in 2010 at a standing-room-only annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. States anticipated President Barack Obama would soon be offering waivers for specific requirements of the No…

Nov. 21

Veralee Hardin and Joe Phillips: Committed to each other, education and Mizzou

As superintendent of schools in Osage County in Linn, Missouri, Joe Phillips was determined to get the district’s special education program back on track. In asking around for the best person in Missouri to do the job, one name came up repeatedly —Veralee Hardin from the University of Missouri College of Education. Phillips also heard…

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