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Howard University School of Education
We Prepare Dynamic Teachers, Educational Leaders, & Human Service Professionals
Teacher Residency Program for Career Changers
Early Learning Program
EAGLE III Program
Urban Superintendents Academy
HUSOE Ranked among Best Graduate Schools of Education
Free STEM Summer Enrichment Camp for DC Public Elementary School Students
6th Annual Educator Workshop on Award-Winning Children & Youth Literature
HU Impact-Report 2020
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS)
The Ed.D. program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, also known as the Educational Administration Guided Leadership Experiences (EAGLE) program, is specifically designed for aspiring superintendents of schools and other senior-level...Learn More About Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS)Apply
Tips for Parents and Caregivers
HUSOE elementary education teachers-in-training worked diligently to prepare presentations for parents and caregivers who are engaging homeschooling activities. Links to the downloadable files are provided below.Tips for selecting books at...Read More About Tips for Parents and Caregivers
United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime Education for Justice Initiative
HUSOE was awarded a grant from the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Education for Justice (E4J) Initiative to develop an educational board game that focuses on deterring secondary school students from veering down the...Read More About United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime Education for Justice Initiative
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- November 7, 2016 • Press Release
Howard University School of Education and The Journal of the Negro Education present the 41st Annual Charles H. Thompson Lecture/Colloquium feat. @ATN_1863 co-founder Bettina L. Love! @BLoveSoulPower
Join is on Wednesday, November 4th at 5PM.
After retiring from teaching, she served as president of the Baltimore, MD NAACP in the 1970s and 1980s and in 1984 became president of the national organization where she served until 1990. She was instrumental in moving the organization’s headquarters from NYC to Baltimore.
During her 40 year teaching career, she served as president of the Maryland State Colored Teachers’ Association and was credited with bringing better quality books to Black students and better pay for Black teachers.
October 20, 1904 Enolia Pettigen McMillan, the first female national president of the @NAACP was born in Willow Grove, PA. McMillan earned her B.A. in education from @HowardU in 1926 and began teaching in Maryland. In 1933, she earned her M.A. degree from Columbia University. https://t.co/fNoNtt6uPG
Thank you for the reminder Dr. Malone @cmonique1023 !
We advocate for #BlackEducators and we advocate for #BlackSchoolPsychologists ✊🏾✊🏿 https://t.co/kqIcb3f2xz
Yes! We cannot forget our Black School Psychologists! https://t.co/QEQT5pTAWU
RT @HowardU: "I hear people talk about what Black people don’t have and what they are not doing,but, they ARE doing it!... If someone says…
RT @EriqFelix: Moving this to the top of my queue --> Who Deserves Benefits in Higher Education? A Policy Discourse Analysis of a Process S…