Preparing Educators as Leaders

Our commitment to diversity includes four core values:

Diversity in our curriculum, learning, and research. The School of Education is committed to support research on issues related to diversity, and to train students to work with, teach, and serve individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

A diverse campus community. We believe that the School of Education should reflect the society that it serves, and thus we are committed to fostering diversity among students and faculty. Programs such as the Multicultural Scholars program reflect our goal to promote a diverse community within the School of Education.

A positive and diverse campus climate. The School of Education endeavors to create a climate that respects and celebrates differences in background and life experiences, including differences in ability, age, ethnic and racial heritage, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic background.

Outreach and community engagement. A critical part of the School of Education's mission is to serve students in the state of Kansas and beyond. To accomplish this mission, we provide a wide range of professional services to schools and other institutions. Programs such as TRIO, the Professional Development School, and the Beach Center on Disability promote educational opportunity for diverse youth.Top ↑


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