Endicott College

The School of Education at Endicott prepares tomorrow’s teachers to make a difference in the world, one child at a time. Through a deep understanding of current best practices in teaching and research-based knowledge of child development and learning theories, Endicott education students learn to be responsive, reflective and ethical decision makers who are committed to empowering all learners. Coursework and field experiences help students move theory into practice, value diversity, and provide opportunity for practical application of national and state standards in key subject areas. Students are expected to become active contributors to their profession and to view themselves as socially responsible citizens in a democracy that values educational opportunities for all students.

Students who complete the Early Childhood and Elementary licensure programs and are interested in special needs can work with their advisor to take a series of courses senior year leading to the Massachusetts license in moderate disabilities (preK-8). Licensure program students can also enroll in one of Endicott’s 5th year M.Ed. degree programs which allow them to complete a M.Ed. in approximately one year. Graduates may also pursue Endicott’s Teaching Fellows Program, a year-long residency in a partnering school while completing their M.Ed. free-of-charge.