Three reasons to choose the
IU School of Education at IUPUI
Focus on urban education
Our programs focus on the power and possibilities of educational experiences in urban environments and how education professionals can impact change.
Get plenty of practical experience
You'll get out into the field early and often to apply what you learn in the classroom, whether you're a first-time student or a doctoral candidate.
Learn in the heart of Indianapolis
Our central location means you're steps away from anything and everything, from internship locations to dining options.
Our degrees and programs
Facts about us and our programs
All programs focus on Urban Education
Top 5 largest producer of teachers in Indiana
65% Faculty of color
Celebration of students, faculty, staff, & programs
Gavin Sigua, Sponsored by SoE, Advances to Quarterfinals in the National Spelling Bee Competition
Gavin advanced to the 4th round of the quarterfinals of the competition
Congratulations goes out to Gavin Sigua for advancing to the quarterfinals of the National Spelling Bee Competition held in National Harbor, Maryland.
Gavin advanced to the 4th round of the quarterfinals of the competition, a valiant effort in a tournament with the best spellers in the country.
Congratulations to Gavin and the effort he put into the National Spelling Bee Competition!Learn more about the National Spelling Bee Competition
Teacher of the year named for Zionsville Schools District
Congratulations to Courtney Stein!
“Being a teacher and getting to spend my days with my students is the most rewarding part,” Stein said. “I teach because I love kids and I love being able to inspire them. To be able to do it in the community where I grew up, just makes the experience more amazing. I love being able to touch the little lives of the students and make as much of a difference as I can.”Learn more about the Zionsville School Teacher of the Year
2023 Outstanding Senior Staff Award
Congratulations, Dee Outlaw!
The 2023 Outstanding Senior Staff Award is presented to one School of Education staff member who has made an outstanding contribution to the School of Education with 5+ years of service.
Dee Outlaw was presented the award at our 2023 Faculty / Staff Spring meeting.
School of Education, IPS school make math culturally relevant for young students
A new grant-funded initiative created by faculty, staff and graduate students at the Indiana University School of Education in Indianapolis, alongside an Indianapolis Public Schools partner school, is showing signs of success in getting elementary school students excited about math.
The studio supports student learning with small group instruction. It was designed to help students develop math strategies and skills related to problem-solving, critical thinking and metacognition using a culturally responsive approach.
We are thrilled to see our faculty, staff, and graduate students at the School of Education pushing boundaries with innovative initiatives like the grant-funded CEISL, strengthening our community and promoting Urban Education!See the original story at IUPUI Today
Women's History Month Recognition Award Ceremony
THE IU SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AT IUPUI WAS HONORED TO BE RECOGNIZED AT THE EVENT
To cap off Women’s History Month, SoE was honored to be recognized at the Women's History Month Recognition Award ceremony!
Our amazing winners were Kristina Johnson-Yates, who took home the 2023 Graduate / Professional Student WHM Recognition Award, Ruthie Payno-Simmons, PhD, who won the 2023 Newcomer Staff WHM Recognition Award, and Crystal Hill-Morton PhD, who was awarded the 2023 Veteran Faculty WHM Recognition Award.
Congratulations to all WHM Recognition award winners!
Special shout out to the Great Lakes Equity Center/Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center for nominating the individuals!
Associate Dean, Cleveland Hayes, awarded the Chancellor's Diversity Scholar award
The 2023 Chancellor's Academic Honors Convocation will be held on April 20th in the Hine Hall Auditorium
The award recognizes an outstanding faculty member who exemplifies the value of diversity in his or her scholarship and service and maintains a record of high accomplishment and leadership. Associate Dean Cleveland Hayes demonstrates to the School of Education and IUPUI campus, the ability to infuse a common thread of diversity, service, and leadership.
Congratulations on this award and we appreciate everything you do here for us!Learn more about the Chancellor's Diversity Scholar Award
IU School of Education to sponsor the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee
The IU School of Education at IUPUI is excited to announce that it will be hosting the Indianapolis Regional Spelling Bee on March 19th, 2023.
Indianapolis, IN - The IU School of Education at IUPUI is excited to announce that it will be hosting the Indianapolis Regional Spelling Bee on March 19th, 2023.
Twenty-five talented spellers representing 19 schools throughout Hamilton and Marion counties will compete in this prestigious spelling competition. The winner of the Regional Bee will go on to represent the state of Indiana in the 2023 Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland.
The Regional Spelling Bee is open to students in grades 3 through 8 who have excelled in their school and district spelling bee competitions. These students have worked tirelessly to perfect their spelling skills and will put their knowledge to the test in front of friends, family, and the surrounding community.
The 2023 Regional Spelling Bee will take place in the IUPUI Lecture Hall building, 325 University Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46202, Room LE101 at 4PM (EST).
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