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School of Education

Gardner-Webb University’s School of Education strives to develop reflective and ethical educators who are knowledgeable in content, respectful of diversity, proficient in technology, and skilled in meeting the needs of all students.

Graduates of Gardner-Webb’s School of Education should be 21st-century leaders in every aspect of their profession, having the instructional, technological and collaborative communication skills to deliver relevant and rigorous content in a forward-thinking context that assures student learning.

Accreditations

All professional education programs, bachelor’s level and graduate level licensure programs, at Gardner-Webb University are state approved by the North Carolina State Board of Education (SBE). The School of Education continues to be nationally accredited in good standing with opens in a new windowNCATE, which merged with TEAC to become the Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Preparation (CAEP) in 2013.

Memorandum of Understanding with local public schools

Find out more about the school districts where our students are placed into classrooms for practical, hands on learning.

dr. prince bull

Dr. Prince Bull

Dean; Professor – School of Education

100B Craig Hall
(704) 406-4402
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