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Learn more about how our faculty and students are engaging with community and solving difficult social and educational issues.

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Institutes and Centers Our Partnerships

The School of Education at Colorado State University is engaged with the professional external community through a number of mechanisms such as institutes, formal partnerships, and with extramural funding.

Scenario planning is a discipline for developing multiple imagined futures in which decisions about the future can be played out, for the purposes of changing thinking, improving decision-making, fostering human and organization learning and improving performance.

Embedded within our partnership with the Center for Educator Preparation is our long-term relationship with Poudre School District, the local school district of Fort Collins and the immediate surrounding community.

the Colo-STEM Center, a campus-wide initiative whose purpose is to serve as a central point of contact for integrating and coordinating CSU’s existing STEM outreach programs as well as to facilitate the creation of new programs that positively effect the STEM pipeline, research, teaching and learning missions of the University.

Education, Equity, and Transformation Research Colloquium

Monthly research colloquium sessions are held throughout the academic year, offering a glimpse into the research currently being conducted by these faculty members. The colloquium series provides insight into the field of study, showing the impact of this research on the world around us.

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School of Education Adult Basic Education Training and Learning Center

The Adult Basic Education Training and Learning Center (ABE-TLC) is operated by Adult Education and Training in the CSU School of Education through a state leadership grant administered by the Colorado Department of Education, Adult Education and Family Literacy office (CDE/AEFL).

School of Education Grants and Funding

In any given year, faculty in the School of Education are engaged in a variety of externally funded research, professional development, and evaluation grants.

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