School of Education
LIU Brooklyn's School of Education prepares teachers, counselors, administrators and school psychologists for the challenges and the rewards of working in urban settings. Many of our students and faculty members are themselves urban dwellers, immigrants, or members of ethno-linguistic and racial groups, who bring diverse perspectives to the classroom environment. Graduates of our programs acquire the experiential knowledge that is essential for interacting with and guiding children and families in urban communities.
Through rigorous and stimulating programs of study, students have the opportunity to work in urban schools and in a broad range of educational and/or mental health settings; to develop an inquiry stance toward practice; to integrate theory and practice; and to achieve high standards of practice.
Our programs are designed to ensure that our graduates keep pace with changes and innovations in teaching and in counseling. The School’s KEEPS Mission, its urban location and its nationally recognized faculty, make it an exciting place to study!
New Master of Science and Advanced Certificate
in Marriage and Family Therapy course being offered:
Open House: May 21st and June 12th
Time: 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Location: Pratt Building, Room 251
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Teacher Scholarship Opportunity for Science Seniors and Graduates Aspiring to Become Teachers
The School of Education at LIU-Brooklyn is pleased to announce an NSF funded Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program: Scholarship and Excellence in Secondary Science Education (SESSE). SESSE provides up to $70,000 in scholarships and stipends to capable Biology and Biochemistry majors committed to teaching science in NYC public schools. The scholarship covers tuition and stipends to complete an M.S.ED. degree in Adolescence Urban Education/Biology or Chemistry leading to New York State teacher certification.
For information and application requests, email us at: bkln-LIUNOYCE@liu.edu
Application deadline: April 28th, 2013