A Teacher's Heart Never Stops Giving
Even a worldwide pandemic is no match for the heart of our teachers.
CLASS OF 2020 AWARD RECIPIENTS
It is with great honor to present the School of Education Class of 2020 student award recipients.
Welcome NYC Teaching Collaborative
January 14, 2020 - Pace University School of Education welcomed the first cohort of a new partnership with the New York City Department of Education: the NYC Teaching...
Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Workshops - Online!
Check out our latest DASA workshop schedule!
School of Ed Publishes Autism Trilogy Audiobook!
Looking for a good book series? Then we highly recommend Fisher's Autism Trilogy: Through Fisher's Eyes, Dark Spectrum, A Problem With the Moon. Pace School of Education...
Dr. Christine Clayton Selected as ATE Clinical Fellow
Congratulations to Dr. Christine Clayton on being selected as a 2020 Clinical Fellow for the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE)!
Alumni Spotlight: Dante Plush'16
Dante Plush'16 was one of 10 people selected from across the country to participate in a round table discussion with Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, about using Facebook...
Digital Stories on Development
Our School of Education students are not only on the path to become both knowledgeable and caring teachers, but also have some of the most creative minds, which has been...
A Special Visit from Pace High School Assistant Principal Michael Sowiski
Professor Betsy Smith's class had a special visit this week from Pace High School Assistant Principal, and Pace University alum, Michael Sowiski!
Alumni Kristen DeRosa Speaks to TCH 410 Students
At the School of Education, the strong ties we develop with our students are maintained far beyond graduation, and throughout their careers as alumni. Because of this,...
Dr. Lauren Birney receives Exemplary Grantsmanship Award at Pace Faculty Recognition Ceremony
School of Education professor, Dr. Lauren Birney was the recipient of the Exemplary Grantmanship Award at the Pace University Faculty Recognition Ceremony.
Graduate Student Research Symposium - NYC
On May 6, 2019, the Pace University School of Education held its Graduate Student Research Symposium at One Pace Plaza.
NEW MS IN TESOL INTERNATIONAL
Pace University School of Education is pleased to announce our new Master of Science (MS) in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) International. This...
$2 Million NSF Grant
Pace has been awarded a $2 million National Science Foundation grant that will expand on work with the NYC Department of Education and Billion Oyster Project to fund...
According to the New York City Department of Education, there's an emerging teacher shortage in New York.
SOE Professor talks to Congress about Fulbright
Adjunct Professor Patricia Brock has recently returned from Capitol Hill, where she spoke with Congressional members of the House and Senate about the Fulbright...