The School of Teacher Education and Leadership offer programs for early childhood education, elementary education, the social studies composite secondary teaching major, and the professional education framework leading to secondary education licensure in other teaching majors. We also offer endorsement programs in early childhood education, reading education, gifted and talented education, ESL education, and administration/supervision certification. Graduate degree offerings include MA, MS, MEd, EdS in elementary and secondary education, and EdD and PhD in curriculum and instruction. As part of a land grant institution, we deliver our programs to students on campuses across the state of Utah. We value our partnerships with local, state, national, and international leaders and welcome the many ongoing opportunities we have to collaborate toward common goals. Drawing on the extensive knowledge base in both theoretical and practice-oriented research, we nurture a vision of effective, equitable educational experiences for all of our students and work with determination toward that goal. Mary Roe Department Head The School of Teacher Education and Leadership 2805 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84322-2805 435-797-0385 435-797-0372 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org As a unit within the land grant institution of Utah State University, we are part of one university, geographically dispersed. We acknowledge and appreciate the complex contexts that shape our work and we are committed to furthering the cause of equitable educational opportunity for all students. We aim to prepare students for informed and influential participation in local and global communities. School of Teacher Education and Leadership Mission Statement We research, teach, lead, and serve in partnership with other stakeholders in the educational process. We teach using a variety of approaches and methods that draw upon current research and multiple theories of teaching and learning. We research and advance knowledge in the fields of teacher education and leadership. We lead by collaborating with multiple stakeholders to advocate for improving the educational process in classrooms, schools, and communities. We serve our students, our profession, and our communities through individual and collective responses to diverse educational contexts and conditions. We continually evaluate our research, teaching, leadership, and service to ensure their relevance and effectiveness for our students and other stakeholders in the educational community.