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School of Education



Stockton University's School of Education connects learners and educators to one another and to our communities. 

Our Teacher Education (TEDU) Program prepares novice teachers to be competent in both subject matter pedagogical skills, as well as to be caring practitioners in diverse and technologically rich environments.

Our Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Program offers advanced certification pathways to educators, several of which are available completely online.

Our Master of Arts in Instructional Technology (MAIT) Program prepares professionals to incorporate instructional technology into classrooms and organizational settings - now available completely online.

Our Educational Doctorate in Organizational Leadership (LEAD) Program embeds leadership understanding, habits, mindsets, and competencies into a flexible, practical, process-driven, interdisciplinary program.

Our Southern Regional Institute & Educational Technology Training Center (SRI & ETTC) provides professional development opportunities for preK-12 educators, technology coordinators, school administrators, and other professionals who offer support services to schools. 



Dean Claudine Keenan 



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2017 Urban Teacher Academy
July 10 - July 21 
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   4 Year Degrees with Certification are HERE!
Please see your preceptor or visit the School of Education office in J201
for information

Teacher Certificates
As of May 15, 2015 paper certificates will no longer be issued
All information about certificates is now online including certificate name, certificate ID number, date of issuance, and expiration date if applicable.  Instructions to view this information can be found at
Stockton is now an Electronic Testing site for ETS/Praxis tests!!!
“Flex Rule”- the following was discussed, voted upon and passed as new program policy- As of September 1, 2015, students gaining entrance into the Stockton TEDU certification course sequence must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and pass the Praxis II without the use of the “flex rule” to qualify for student teaching.  Students not meeting these requirements will not be permitted into student teaching. Exception: K-12 World Language certification students must, at minimum, pass the Praxis II to qualify for student teaching. The OPI will not be required to qualify for student teaching but must be taken and passed to be recommended for teacher licensure.

***Always check the latest Praxis information by selecting
NJ Requirements***


PARCC READINESS Video from 2/24/15

CONTACT US AT (609) 652-4688

The Stockton University Teacher Education Program, is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for a period of seven years, from 2013 to 2020.  This accreditation certifies that the Teacher Education Program has provided evidence that it adheres to TEAC's quality principles. (Certification requirements are subject to change as the New Jersey Department of Education changes licensure requirements)