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School of Education

Become a world-class educator equipped with the academic, personal and technical skills to help students thrive.

The Asbury University School of Education offers a variety of teacher education programs including bachelor’s degrees for our undergraduate and Online Programs students, and graduate programs for both certified teachers and those pursuing initial certification.

With high passing rates of graduates on the PRAXIS exam, our alumni are sought after by employers. To ensure quality for the public, the School of Education is nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and is accredited at the state level by the Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB).

Regardless of the path you’re on, our mission remains the same: to facilitate the preparation of professional educators who embody world-class academic excellence, spiritual integrity, and servant leadership.

Asbury Receives Education Grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission

May 20, 2024 — Asbury University recently received a $230,000 grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) for the Education in Appalachia to Graduate Leaders that Excel (EAGLE) project.

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Asbury Special Education Scholars Write Book for Practitioners

Feb 5, 2024 — Dr. Ruby Owiny ’96 co-authored a book (with Dr. Kyena Cornelius) about evidence-based instruction in special education with chapters from contributors Dr. Allie Rhodes ’97 and Dr. Victoria Slocum.

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Asbury Graduate Makes Big Impact in the Classroom

Jan 31, 2023 — At first, A.J. Stich ’06 thought he wanted to use his degree to enter the world of film and TV production in Los Angeles. But it wasn’t long before God called him to a new place.   

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Asbury School Principals Recognized in Selective Leadership Cohort

Jan 17, 2023 — The Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) announced the 2023 cohort of Kentucky Women in Educational Leadership (KWEL), in which six of the 38 school leaders included Asbury alumnae: Myram Brady ‘18, Dana Cull ‘14, Sharon Davis ‘21, Tonya Means ‘20, Tonya Roach ‘20, and Adryanne Warren ‘19.

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