SOE BY THE NUMBERS2016-2017 STUDENT ETHNICITY

We are proud to celebrate our 25th Anniversary this year. Our establishment as a School of Education in 1992 signified our expansion as a professional learning community, although LMU's first teacher education program was established in 1948.

Center for Equity for English Learners

SOE’s Center for Equity for English Learners, the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Sobrato Family Foundation are working to improve outcomes for young English Learners by expanding the pipeline of highly qualified bilingual teachers.

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Center for Undergraduate Teacher Preparation

With a $250,000 grant from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, SOE’s Center for Undergraduate Teacher Preparation is strengthening its four-year integrated programs of teacher preparation as a strategy to address the state’s teacher shortage.

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Upward Bound at LMU

Each year at Westchester Enriched Sciences Magnets, just blocks from the LMU campus, 58 students from disadvantaged backgrounds reap the benefits of LMU’s Upward Bound program.

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CENTER FOR EQUITY FOR ENGLISH LEARNERSCENTER FOR UNDERGRADUATE TEACHER PREPARATIONUPWARD BOUND AT LMU
THE CENTER FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATIONTHOMAS BURNFORD PRESIDENT AND CEO, NATIONAL CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION

The Center for Catholic Education

Catholic schools have served generations of U.S. families for nearly two centuries through strong academics, character development, spiritual nourishment and education of the whole person.

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Community support
Alumni spotlights

Now I want to be a voice for people who are in the position I was in, and to contribute to the transformation of more inclusive and equitable education environments in custody settings.”

- Luis Garcia, EDD ’17
Faculty highlights

Leadership

Board of VisitorsLeadership CouncilSOE Alumni Association Board

Development

FundraisingGrantsSponsored Research and Contracts