Loyola’s School of Education is growing a new generation of Loyola Ready educators
Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education is driven by its Jesuit mission to advance social justice locally, regionally, and globally and empower educators, leaders, and counselors to become classroom leaders and change agents ready to solve systemic and universal challenges in schools through a critical social justice lens, ensuring academic excellence and opportunities for all learners.
In her latest video, Afra Hersi, Ph.D., interim dean of the School of Education, shares her vision for the future of education and how Loyola’s School of Education is driving change and preparing a new generation of Loyola Ready educators. “Our students leave Loyola well prepared to tackle any challenges they may face as professionals,” said Hersi.
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The Loyola University Maryland School of Education is the program of choice in Maryland. We offer leading undergraduate and graduate education programs for aspiring and current educators, educational leaders, and counselors, who are called to work with K-12 learners, but require certification and training or improved teaching and leadership skills. Loyola’s mission-driven approach inspires and engages a community of accomplished educators who bring about ethical and fundamental change to help all children reach their full potential.