News From Butler University
Through the program, experienced teachers of color will mentor small groups of COE students in inclusive, culturally responsive, and anti-racist teaching
Institutions partner to create seamless Elementary Education pathway to reduce teacher shortage
Throughout 2020, College of Education faculty found ways to use the pandemic as a teaching opportunity
Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Matthew Aspinwall knew that he wanted to explore colleges far from home.
Despite the fact that Exploratory Studies is one of Butler’s most popular first-year majors, there are several myths around applying as an Exploratory Studies major
Fall 2020 College of Education graduate Grace Dittoe is excited to apply what she’s learned through being a student during a pandemic to her career in the classroom
Susan Adams, Professor of Education, shares how she has met students’ needs during a semester like no other
Open House is Butler’s cornerstone event for high school seniors and transfer students in the college search process.
Cohort members from the Experiential Program for Preparing School Principals (EPPSP) have released Blueprint 2020: A Guidebook for School Leaders Moving Forward
Adapting to a pandemic, Patrick Conway develops new online content for seventh-graders at Zionsville West Middle School
COE’s Lori Desautels offers guidance for educators and parents as pandemic causes uncertainty, isolation, and restraint
Brooke Kandel-Cisco was Interim Dean since May 1, has held leadership roles in numerous Butler Education programs