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College Of Education

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In light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, we have made it our goal to keep you, your family and the community as safe and healthy as possible. The CDC has recommended “social distancing,” to slow and prevent the spread of this virus.
In response, College of Education deans and staff are available to answer questions via email, and academic advising appointments are available online.
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Nationally Renowned Excellence

According to the “Best Education School Rankings” from the 2021 U.S. News & World Report, Boise State University’s College of Education is ranked in the top 3 for both the Intermountain West and the Northwest.

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Teacher Education

Boise State Teacher Education programs are designed to promote the continual development of teachers with an emphasis on increasing P-12 student learning.

Teacher Education

Academic Departments

The college includes five academic departments with programs from undergraduate to doctoral, and faculty specializing in teaching, clinical practice and research.

Academic Departments

About the College

Our college is home to a range of programs from undergraduate to doctoral, and offers a continuum of opportunities for education professionals and beyond.

About the College

High Value, High Quality

Earn a graduate degree from one of the Northwest’s top 3 colleges of education at almost half the cost.

Boise State stands out for its high-quality and high-value programs. Full-time in-state tuition is estimated at $9,646, and out-of-state at $16,920 for the 2019-2020 school year.

Source: 2021 US News and World Report

College News

Executive Education Specialist graduates present research findings
College of Education seeks students to serve on Inclusive Excellence Committee
Books in Every Home shares the gift of reading with elementary students
Education Specialist graduate Diana Molino will become Timberline High School principal

University News

Education faculty creates trademarked bullying intervention program
Fifth annual Aerospace Day lifts off with great success
Norm Friesen studies inclusivity at Canadian public schools
Boise State students launch STEM night of learning at Emmett Middle School

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