From Gainesville to Global — EduGator Alumna receives UNESCO-Hamdan Prize for Teacher Development
“Haiti can serve as an example of how teaching can be transformed by putting teachers at the center.”
For the last eight years, the University of Florida College of Education has set the standard for online learning. Once again, UF is ranked No. 1 in the 2023 Best Online Education Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
The college is also top-10 among all specialty areas:
At the undergraduate level, UF earned No. 1 in U.S. News’ Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. Our Bachelor of Arts in Education Sciences, launched in 2020, establishes a foundation of knowledge allowing graduates to pursue a variety of careers in the field of education.
Learn more about our online programs, and read the full story about our 2023 Graduate Education Program rankings.
Researchers from the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies were awarded a $1.39M grant from the Institute of Education Sciences to further research on intervention strategies that support preschool children and their families over the next three years.
Representing the College’s three schools of study, Christopher Anthony, Hannah Bayne and Pasha “Pavlo” Antonenko have been appointed to the 2021-2023 B.O. Smith Professorship.
Nancy Fichtman Dana, professor in the School of Teaching and Learning, has been appointed to the University of Florida Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, a position that provides the opportunity to play an integral role in defining the future of the university.
“This is the place where you can critically question, implement and practice your knowledge by collaborating with the most passionate faculties who can guide you to become a compassionate, justice and innovative emergent scholar.”
“The Ed.D. cohort allowed me, as a full-time working single parent, the opportunity to acquire world-class theoretical and practical skills that are requisite to successfully advancing a career in higher education. The program provides aspiring college administrators with both the analytical insight and administrative skills that support student success and also contribute to the body of knowledge foundational to excellence in postsecondary educational leadership.”
“Being part of the Unified Education Program was one of the most challenging and exciting seasons of my life and educational career. The program as a whole inspired me as a learner and helped to define me as a teacher.”
UF College of Education is the Nation’s Best Online Graduate Education Program
Leading the nation for eight years and setting the standard for online education, our momentum continues to grow by working together to push the boundaries of teaching and learning.