School of Urban Education

The future begins here. The University of Tulsa’s School of Urban Education offers degrees leading to careers in teaching from kindergarten through high school, as well as a master’s degree programs.

Our focus on urban education reflects the best educational research and applied practices available in the field today. Issues of race, gender, socioeconomic class, equity, linguistic pluralism, disability and social justice can be found in every classroom whether urban, suburban, rural, public or private. The degree to which these factors can be found in a school is the only difference. We prepare teachers to be leaders who will shape a socially just future for all.

The complete AY 2013-14 HEA Title II Report for the School of Urban Education at The University of Tulsa.


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