UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.
Asst. Prof. of Education Jack Schneider, a former history teacher turned education historian, has written three books on education policy and co-hosts a popular education podcast, “Have You Heard?” Listen to his podcasts now.
The College of Education's outreach to schools is extensive and diverse, both through the work of faculty and through the programs of the Tsongas Industrial History Center. College of Education faculty work with schools as program consultants and evaluators, intern and practicum supervisors, and policy advisors.
Our faculty-applied research expertise in areas such as working with English learners, early literacy, instructional leadership and STEM education brings real change to schools, ultimately improving the lives of students.