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At Idaho State's College of Education, we strive to meet students where they are as they pursue their educational dreams. We offer a wide array of flexible, affordable, in-person and online undergraduate and graduate programs that accommodate all types of learners including first-generation college students, working professionals, and career changers. Our talented and passionate faculty offer students a personalized educational experience with a focus on learning by doing and reflective practice. College of Education students are graduating ready to excel, to make a difference, and to change lives.

College of Education News

Graduate students from the Instructional Design and Technology program attended the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Conference in October. 

AECT Conference Group Photos of Students and Faculty 2022

Thanks to a grant provided by the College of Education, 19 students and their professors had the opportunity to attend for free and network with leaders in their field, present their research, and learn about career opportunities.

Over 35 Paraprofessionals Awarded Full-Tuition Scholarships to Become Certified Teachers

College of Education Paraprofessional to Teacher (PaCT) program students pose for a photo.

More than 35 paraprofessionals working in the Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 received full tuition scholarships awarded by the Idaho State University College of Education to earn a college degree and teacher certification through the Paraprofessional to Certified Teacher (PaCT) program in the Fall 2022 semester. 

621 College of Education Undergraduate and Graduate Students Recieve Half a Million Dollars in Scholarships

College of Education elementary teacher and student

In the Fall 2022 semester, the Idaho State University College of Education awarded every student a scholarship to defray the cost of their education. The funding ranged from $500 per semester up to a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to students. “Making students’ college education affordable and attainable is our top priority,” said College of Education Dean Jean McGivney-Burelle.

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