The William and James Mulvaney Family Endowed Scholarship supports a declared education major in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance.
The Department of Teacher Education is focused on supporting education majors while addressing recruitment issues amid a national teacher shortage.
Think you're not a "math person"? In his new book, 'Transdisciplinarity in Mathematics Education,' professor Nenad Radakovic might just prove you wrong.
Students from the College are studying a school in India to consider the balance between education and the need to preserve indigenous cultural traits.
After completing a yearlong diversity fellowship, Kendall Deas is helping to lead the College of Charleston's diversity training initiatives.
Over 200 middle school students will present their technology-based fitness games at the College's TD Arena on Dec. 14, 2016.
Honors College alums Sara DeWolf ’02 and Nicholas Boatwright ’11 have worked in the classroom and behind the scenes in education. Both are headed to Harvard to earn master's degrees.