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North Dakota State University
School of Education
Society is constantly changing and what is known about best practices in education is growing. We strive to be aware of these changes and adjust our program to prepare candidates who are ready to effectively meet the needs of diverse student populations. Therefore, the School of Education strives to provide exemplary preparation and continuous development of educational professionals who will employ best practices, shared leadership, responsiveness within a dynamic world, respect for all, high expectations for self and others, and reflection for continuous improvement.
- Through a generous grant from the Archibald Bush Foundation of MN, NDSU, along with our partners at Minnesota State University-Moorhead and Valley City State University, have made striking improvements to our teacher preparation programs to move our programs into the 21st Century and focus on research-based best practices. Our three institutions are committed to recruiting the best candidates into our programs, preparing them to meet today’s educational demands, and working with school districts to support our graduates during their first years of teaching.
- The North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NACES) recently awarded the counselor education program its 2011 Innovative Counselor Education Program award. All counselor education programs are accredited by CACREP until October 30, 2020.
- The educational leadership program delivers an approved credential program to North Dakota residents and an approved licensure program to Minnesota residents. There were a total of 26 North Dakota credential requests and 28 Minnesota licensure requests during June 2012-13.
Program Demographics (2012-13)