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Education and Human Development

About the School

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A History of Excellence


Now the fourth largest school at Texas A&M University with nearly 7,000 enrolled students, we are not just a school for teachers. We are a school for leaders not just in education, but also business, sport, health, and government.

 

Undergraduate

Graduate

Total Students

Along with our colleagues across campus, we certify the most total teachers of any public institution in Texas*. We are especially focused on producing teachers for high-need areas:

Math

Bilingual Education

English Language Arts & Reading

General Elementary

Special Education

Health and Physical Education

New Teachers

Science

Social Studies

The Aggie Teaching Experience


Leading the state in certifying teachers in math and science is bigger than you think. Aggie teachers get into a classroom starting their first semester. This experience coupled with their on-campus training keeps our graduates in the classroom, transforming lives long after graduation.

Learn more about the experience

Aggie Educator Network


Aggie Educators work in 668 Texas school districts, in all 20 regions and 184 Counties. That’s more than 9,000 Former Students currently working in Texas public schools as teachers, school counselors, principals and senior administrators.

Former Students

Texas School Districts

Regions

Counties

According to the Texas Education Agency (2020)

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Real World Experience


We are more than just teaching. We’re big into business, too. Along with professionals in human resources and technology management, we prepare innovative, globally responsive leaders in sport.

Transforming Lives


The 2021 Transforming Lives magazine is now live online!

This magazine brings together stories of our recent response to the needs of our communities at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic along with our ongoing research and service activities. Inside you’ll find stories on how we are working with our community partners to build better schools; supporting families as they struggle with homework and communities as they plan a response to pressing health issues; and supporting our vulnerable aging population with advice about staying active and healthy.

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