There has never been a better time to become a teacher. The need for inspiring educators who can profoundly change the lives of students is growing and Pace's School of Education will help get you to the head of the class.
The School of Education has combined forces with Pace's OASIS program to get students on the autism spectrum career-ready by using virtual reality avatars to simulate a job interview scenario.
Become a Leader in Education
We prepare students to be successful educators through small classes and early fieldwork experiences. Our graduates are ready to make a difference in the world before they even graduate.
Explore our Campuses
Many of our programs are based on Pace’s exciting New York City Campus in Lower Manhattan and/or our 200-acre Pleasantville Campus in Westchester County. We also offer online and hybrid options.
What can I Study?
The short answer? A lot. From five-year combined programs that allow you to earn both a BS in Early Childhood, Childhood or Adolescent Education and an MSEd in Literacy, Special Education or TESOL, to an MSEd as a School District Business Leader or MST in Childhood, Adolescent, or Special Education, and so much more.
Make a Difference
Jamie's commitment to becoming a teacher stems from the positive impact that her teachers had on her—she wants to make a difference in the lives of children, too. By studying at Pace, Jamie is getting the education and support she needs to do just that.
World Renowned Faculty
Our faculty are nationally and internationally renowned for active engagement in progressive research activities. Their expertise helps guide you on your journey to become an educator who will make an impact in the classroom.
Become a globally minded teacher by getting hands-on learning experience in Ecuador and Italy. Pace's School of Education is one of the few schools in the region to offer faculty-led education courses that enhance your experience with a cross-cultural focus for today's diverse classrooms.
“I wanted to teach in New York and Pace offered great opportunities for success.”
Sukh Singh '21
BS, Adolescent Education
"Speaking to the graduate Class of 2021 was not only an unexpected honor, but also a recognition of my professors’ relentless commitment to support multiculturalism."
Cecilia Davis '21
MS, TESOL International
"The School of Education is top notch. They really prepare their students for the teaching field.”
Rachel Vetterman '22
BA/MSEd, Childhood Education and Special Education
We Remember Celestine Garner
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Mrs. Celestine Garner, a long-term member of the School of Education community.
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