School of Education

Baylor School of Education prepares leaders for a changing world, offering degrees at every level for a range of careers focused on education, leadership, and human development. Known for a distinctive blend of theory and clinical experiences, the School’s programs have earned national recognition for exemplary preparation of research scholars, educational leaders, innovators, and clinicians.

Feb. 16, 2024
Baylor Center for Developmental Disabilities (BCDD) Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The Baylor Center for Developmental Disabilities (BCDD) is celebrating its tenth anniversary throughout 2024. The BCDD invests in research, training, outreach, and clinical services that promote the flourishing of people with disabilities, their families, and communities.

Read to learn about the BCDD, its history, future Center research, and upcoming events throughout 2024.

Feb. 8, 2024
Baylor Educators Implement State Department Grant in Pakistan focused on Sports Leadership

A team of Baylor educators traveled to Lahore, Pakistan, to empower Pakistani women through leadership workshops and sport engagement, funded by a U.S. State Department grant. The four-day workshop in Lahore brought together educators from 10 secondary schools and four universities in the region.

Dr. Bill Sterrett and Dr. Mar Magnusen in the Department of Educational Leadership are co-principal investigators.

Jan. 16, 2024
Baylor Mathematics Education Professor Honored for Outstanding Achievements, Leadership in Field

WACO, Texas (Jan. 16, 2024) – Trena Wilkerson, Ph.D., professor and interim chair of the Department of Curriculum & Instruction in the Baylor University School of Education, has received the 2024 Louise Hay Award from the Association for Women in Mathematics in recognition of her leadership in mathematics education, transformational teaching and mentorship, and her global initiatives and programs.

Dec. 13, 2023
Baylor Center for Developmental Disabilities Part of $1.25-million Grant from Lilly Endowment

A $1.25-million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will establish an interdisciplinary project focuses on helping congregations embrace young people with disabilities, mental health challenges, and chronic illnesses, led by Baylor faculty in Truett Seminary, School of Education, and Diana Garland School of Social Work.