We are adapting to remote learning, school closures, and changed school schedules as rapidly as teachers, students and families. Our faculty have adjusted quickly and will continue to change their instruction, research programs, and outreach to schools and families as required to maintain the health and well-being of everyone. Our faculty have found ways to support teachers, parents, other caregivers and schools in ways that maintain our standards for high quality educator preparation. This past spring term, and during the current summer term, our Teacher Candidates made a smooth transition to remote teaching and learning. They worked virtually with their cooperating teachers in the schools and with their professors and peers in our classes.
We can now confidently reassure teacher education candidates that our college is even better prepared to help you become a teacher and, we think, a better teacher. You will now graduate with deep and broad experience in several modes of instructional delivery. We will continue to adapt as required by education and public health authorities. Join us as we prepare teachers for a new era.