Few careers produce more immediate and enduring results than teaching. But teaching is more than a profession: It’s a profound calling, one that results in a powerful and long-abiding presence in countless lives.
At the Indiana University School of Education, we believe that the future of our world depends, in large part, on the future of education. Here, we equip students with the special combination of resourcefulness, optimism, and pragmatism they need to become tomorrow’s great educators.
Our teachers are found in many settings: classrooms and boardrooms, universities and research centers, school districts and nonprofit organizations. They direct labs and libraries, capitals of commerce and centers of inquiry. They shape policy, fight for access to education across the world, invent new technologies, and provide solutions to difficult problems. They feed the hungry and illuminate pathways out of poverty. In short, they help people realize and achieve their dreams as they reimagine the future of education.
Those who answer the call to teach require the very best training, access to state-of-the-art resources, and a support system of field-tested, highly invested mentors. At the IU School of Education, we provide this and so much more.
As part of For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign, we have committed to raising critical private support to improve learning and lives in our communities and our societies as a whole. We believe that when you’re responsible for education, you’re charged with preparing lifelong learners and effecting monumental change.
Together, we can reimagine the future—creating a smarter society, a stronger Indiana, and a better world for all.