Cixin Wang
The COVID-19 pandemic is fueling xenophobia against Chinese Americans, with parents and youths reporting racial discrimination and damage to their...
Benjamin Building
Message from the Dean As we begin this unprecedented year, the University of Maryland College of Education is pleased to welcome nine talented...
CSP 50th anniversary celebration symposium in 2008 with COE faculty pictured.
The College of Education has a proud history in student affairs graduate studies. Founded in 1959, as one of the first programs of its kind, COE’s...
Kahlin McKeown
The College of Education has a proud history in student affairs graduate studies. Founded in 1959, as one of the first programs of its kind, COE’s...
Illustration of woman holding Title IX sign in front of Capitol
As a young girl, Bernice Sandler Ed.D. ’69, born in Brooklyn in 1928, was not able to do many classroom activities that were deemed the province of...
Photo of Niel and Helen Carey on UMD campus
Education is the key to unlocking an individual’s potential. In the case of Niel and Helen Carey, education was the beginning of their legacy in...
Allan Wigfield
A New York Times article about engaging kids in online learning during quarantine features COE Professor Emeritus Allan Wigfield. The article...
Jeni Stepanek with son Mattie at Benjamin Building
When Jeni Stepanek first showed up for Paula Beckman and Sandra Newcomb’s support group for families of children with disabilities, they weren’t sure...
COE Alumna Dr. Linda Jacobs in the Harbour School library.
Special education in the United States has come a long way in the last 100 years. From excluding students with disabilities to guaranteeing the right...
Green and black graphic image of two women facing each other with the text Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast in the middle
Closing opportunity gaps and overcoming educational inequities is weaved throughout the history of the UMD College of Education. At Maryland, many of...