Preparing Leaders, Impacting the World, Shaping the Future
- R1 status in the School of Education
- Preparing Teacher
- Dr. Rachelle Rogers Leades ATE
- Alumni Profile: Janice More McCall, BA '72
- MA Grade Jalen Pitre's Academic Success
A hallmark of Baylor’s educator preparation program is extensive experience in real classrooms, with seniors spending the entire year as teaching interns.
The School of Education's dedication to educator preparation is helping solve a national challenge while furthering the Baylor mission to educate students “for worldwide leadership and service. . . .”
Baylor is now designated as a doctoral university with “very high research activity,” but what does R1 status mean for the School of Education (SOE)?
Dr. Rachelle Rogers, clinical professor of mathematics education, is the 2022-23 president of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), a national organization that promotes quality teacher education.
A Baylor SOE education has been essential in Janice McCall's role as co-founder of Restoration Gateway, a ministry in Uganda serving 250 orphans and including a school focused on active learning.
Dr. Perry Glanzer is leading a multi-disciplinary Baylor research team that received a $2.7 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to study the development of moral identity and virtue in college students.
Dr. Mack Burke receives two new grant awards, totaling $6.7 million; graduate students win Baylor research and teaching awards; Dr. Todd Kettler publishes a book on gifted education.
For Baylor football fans, Jalen Pitre's success story is a familiar one. But Pitre also found success in the classroom, describing himself as an "aggressive learner."
Maya Garrett’s calling to a career helping others was inspired by a teacher and made possible through the SOE's Lois Weatherall Endowed Scholarship.
The Texas State Board for Educator Certification recognized Baylor as a high-performing educator preparation program in the category "Rigorous and Robust Preparation," based on certification exams.