Education

Accreditation

The Education Department at Asbury University is committed to the process of accreditation for monitoring and evaluating the quality of our program and our candidates. In this section the Education Department provides the evidences to demonstrate our commitment to preparing quality educators for our nation's schools.

It's never too early…to be an Asburian!

WILMORE, KY — Asbury College Alumna Linda Holt '75 Storie's fourth grade class wears their favorite shirt every Friday. Fridays are "Asbury College Day" for Mrs. Storie's students at Edinburgh Community School in Edinburgh, Ind.

Student Teacher is awarded “Teacher of Tomorrow” scholarship

WILMORE, KY — Emily Stevens, a graduating senior in elementary education, was selected to receive the Kentucky Association of Professional Educators/Association of American Educators Foundation (KAPE/AAEF) scholarship.

As a high school senior, Stevens had the opportunity to participate in an education program that provided a practicum experience. With a supervisor, she prepared lesson plans and taught students in a 10th grade English class for three weeks.

Graduate education first in the state to add Teacher as Leader

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Teacher as Leader classes begin Oct. 6.

WILMORE, KY—Asbury College’s Graduate Education Program is pleased to announce the new program in educational leadership known as “Teacher as Leader.” The Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) gave final approval on Aug. 18 to launch the program.

College welcomes new faculty

WILMORE, KY—Asbury College welcomes new full-time and part-time faculty.

Education Department ranked No. 1 in Kentucky

WILMORE, KY—Asbury College recently received top rankings from the Education Professional Standards Board. The College received an “Excellent” rating and overall quality performance index (QPI) of 3.88, which is higher than all public and private colleges in Kentucky.

Graduate education program receives $18,000 grant

WILMORE, KY—The Asbury College Graduate Education program received an $18,000 grant from the WHAS Crusade for Children.

Representatives from WHAS-TV were on campus on Aug. 31 to award the check. A 15-second commercial will air on the Louisville station in the coming weeks.

WHAS_reception1.jpgWHAS Crusade for Children provides funding each year to agencies in Kentucky and Indiana serving children with special needs.

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