The College of Education and Public Policy (CEPP) welcomes you!
This is an exciting time of transition -- our college faculty continue to provide exceptional educational experiences while also exploring the interplay between our fields of study and engagement with the community. Our Indiana University degrees include practica, internships, and other field experiences that provide our graduates with real-world experiences and the ability to make a difference in their community.
Examples of our engagement include:
Our teacher preparation programs are accredited by NCATE, the primary accrediting organization for teacher preparation in the United States. In continuing to strengthen our programs, we are developing new and innovative ways to assess student learning -- the focus in our programs is on preparing highly-qualified practitioners, not simply rote memorization of facts.
Change brings opportunities and the College of Education and Public Policy is recreating itself to provide relevant, high-quality educational experiences that impact our community.
James Burg, Ph.D.
College of Education and Public Policy
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne
Spring Semester Dates: January 12-May 10
There are many "best parts" of being a professor in the College of Education and Public Policy (CEPP). I enjoy collaborating with my colleagues in the Educational Studies Department, as well as the other two departments in CEPP, on joint writing projects and sharing ideas and experiences about teaching, as we all strive to do the best job we can. Our students are very appreciative of our efforts to help prepare them for being effective educators in the future, and we appreciate our students! We encourage our students to be leaders in whatever career path they follow, with the commitment, dedication, knowledge, and skills to make a difference in the world! We're sure they will!
Kathleen Murphy, Ed.D., Professor