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School of Education & Human Development

School of Education & Human Development

Throughout our history we have been charged with transforming and enriching lives. Created as a school for teachers, we are now a school for leaders. Whatever the industry, our graduates are game-changers. Our graduates transform lives.

Created as a school for teachers. we are now a school for leaders.

producer of teachers in high-need fields
We rank first in producing Math teachers and are among the top producers of Science and Special Education teachers in Texas.
new research awards
Our Research Enterprise & Outreach unit helped facilitate more than $45.7M in new awards so far in 2023.
Top 5%
online master’s programs
Our online Master’s in Education programs are ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

We Teach Texas

The Texas A&M University System has prepared highly qualified teachers for Texas schools and beyond for more than 100 years. The eleven universities of the A&M System prepare more highly qualified educators than any system in the State.

Aggies working in Texas classrooms
school districts employ Aggie educators
counties across 20 state regions

Source: Texas Education Agency

Welcome from the Dean

Howdy! I invite you to learn more about the exciting opportunities in our School. We are committed to preparing our students to make a difference in society as educators, counselors, researchers and leaders in business and industry.
Michael A. de Miranda, Ph.D.
Reta Haynes Endowed Chair
Dean of the School of Education & Human Development


Climate Change and the Future of Sport
- by Travis Bowles

Dr. Brian McCullough contributed research to the Fifth National Climate Assessment, addressing how climate change will affect sport, recreation and physical activity.

Two Professors Named to Prestigious Science Fellowship
- by Travis Bowles

Drs. Joanne Olson and Jeffrey Liew were elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for their contributions to the advancement of their respective fields of research.

Taking a Swing at Parkinson’s
- by Travis Bowles

Parkinson’s patients combat symptoms through activities customized by KNSM students.

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