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School of Education Our Vision, Mission, and Values

Vision

The School of Education at Colorado State University will be known for our development and support of practitioners and scholars who embrace and enact the principles of justice, equity, and inclusion in all educational efforts. We will do this work in ways that are collaborative, courageous, innovative, relevant, impactful, and respectful of the individuals, communities, and organizations with whom and for whom we work.

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Mission

Through teaching, research, and practice the School of Education seeks to positively affect the lives of individuals, communities, and organizations, locally and globally. This work is guided by our collective commitment to collaboration, innovation, relevance, and courage in the face of systemic and pervasive inequities and injustices.

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Our Values

These values guide all the education, research, and scholarship that happens within the School of Education.

Respect

Collaboration

Inclusivity

Communication

Autonomy

Excellence

Diversity

Community Engagement

School of Education Accreditation

We take pride in offering world-class education and educator preparation to our students.

From Our Director

See a collection of notes and other writings from our director, Dr. Susan C. Faircloth, to the School of Education community.

Susan Faircloth

School of Education Awards

We value excellence and enjoy celebrating our faculty, staff, and students for their commitment and dedication.

School of Education Learn More

The School of Education engages in a variety of diversity-related projects, programs, and opportunities that are of interest to faculty members and students alike. Learn more about our resources and commitment to diversity.

Become part of a group to share your interests and find new and exciting ways to get more involved while at CSU. Students build lifelong friendships and connections with people in their clubs and organizations.

Our program prepares you to be a highly qualified teacher, superintendent, principal, or another leadership position in education with skills to direct educational programs, become a facilitator of educational change, and implement new approaches to solving the problems confronting education.

School of Education Our History

Learn more about our story