School of Education

The mission of teacher education at SUNY Cortland is to build upon the foundation of liberal learning in the development of teachers who have exceptional pedagogical knowledge and skills.

Graduates of SUNY Cortland's teacher education program will be prepared to think critically, utilize technology, communicate effectively, understand and value diversity, contribute to their communities, and make a difference in the lives of their students.

SUNY Cortland is home to the largest comprehensive teacher education program in New York and the 10th largest among public institutions in the U.S. Now in its 134th year, Cortland educates more teachers than any other New York college or university by integrating a strong foundation of liberal arts and sciences with theory and application in teaching.

With engaged students, dedicated faculty, superior facilities and nationally recognized programs such as the Center for Fourth and Fifth Rs (Character Education) and innovative programs such as the Cortland's Urban Recruitment of Educators, SUNY Cortland continues to be one of the nation's premier educational institutions.

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Two High-Achieving Alumni to Receive Honorary Degrees

Recipients are Scott Williams ’82, executive producer of “NCIS,” and Therese Caccavale '75, a foreign language education pioneer

‘Transformations’ to Highlight Student Research

SUNY Cortland's annual student research and creativity conference will take place on Friday, April 28

Future Educators to Focus on Classroom Diversity

Two events focus on creating teachable moments from cultural clashes.

This Graduate and Principal Makes House Calls

Elizabeth MacNabb MacWilliams ’03 may visit 1,000 students this school year.

Conference to Link Local Educators to Innovators

"Connect, Create, Innovate" will offer professional development to specialized teachers.

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