Supporting the Graduate School of Education
Dynamic teachers. Results-oriented administrators. Engaged scholars. These are the graduates of the master’s and doctoral programs in Binghamton University’s Graduate School of Education. These alumni, through research and practice, are changing their classrooms, their schools and the lives of their students for the better.
Now that we have a standalone Graduate School of Education at Binghamton University, we are prepared to challenge our faculty and students
even more. We can grow our program to inspire many more students while we adapt to the changing needs in K–12 education.
Your investment will help ensure a strong Graduate School of Education with unprecedented achievements in faculty research and student learning. Private support will allow an already outstanding Graduate School of Education to become an extraordinary one that will serve as a model for public schools of education across the country.
As one of the best public research universities in the country, Binghamton should be home to one of the nation’s top education schools. We have bold plans for accomplishing that goal.
Points of Pride
- Adam Laats won a prestigious National Academy of Education/Spencer Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
- The school recently introduced a new certificate of advanced study program in educational leadership.