The School of Education dates back to 1919 when Acadia University created the Department of Psychology and Education. It became an independent Department of Education in 1930 and a School of Education in 1949.
Acadia’s School of Education enjoys a long tradition and widespread recognition in teacher preparation and continuing teacher development. Offering undergraduate (B.Ed.), graduate (M.Ed.), and doctoral (Ph.D.) programs in a variety of delivery modes articulated to the diverse needs of today’s students and professionals, the School works closely with our partners in the profession to provide intellectually challenging, critically responsive, and innovative teacher education. Our programs recognize and account for the growing complexity of the field of education within the larger context of cultural pluralism, globalization, and the changing nature of learning and work. We seek to respond to these challenges by nurturing a community of informed and caring educators committed to the principles of life-long learning.
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