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Video to Combat Trauma from Racism
Matt Miller, the newly named recipient of the Father Walter P. Krolikowski, S.J., Endowed Chair, has a deep passion for making mental health services relevant and accessible, and an equal passion for addressing the impact of racism on People of Color.
A in Classroom Management
Loyola’s undergraduate elementary teacher preparation program has been named among the top in the country for strong training in classroom management strategies by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ), a nonpartisan, not-for-profit research and policy organization.
The 3Cs- Curriculum, Culture, and Communities
For years, Loyola has maintained strong partnerships with neighborhood schools and community organizations in the Rogers Park and Edgewater neighborhood. Traditional Curriculum & Instruction transformed into what is informally calledThe 3 Cs—an MEd and EdD in Curriculum, Culture, and Communities
One of the best ways to understand the uniquely immersive curriculum at Loyola's School of Education is to speak with our enrollment advisors.Learn More
From the moment field-based courses began your first semester, it probably hit home that your time in Loyola's School of Education would be anything but traditional. Our faculty and staff continuously work to enrich your experience through events, speaker series, and expanded community collaborations. Check out some of our resources and upcoming events in the links below.Learn More
Whether you're looking to build a partnership with our programs, deepen your own professional opportunities through graduate or endorsement courses, or support our mission, Loyola's School of Education wants to connect with you.Learn More
- University Calendar and Events
- University School Partners
- Wozniak Lecture Series
- Certificates and Endorsements
- Graduate Programs
- Loyola Giving