The Deborah Cannon Partridge Wolfe College of Education at New Jersey City University has a proud history of preparing distinguished educators for the state of New Jersey, the country, and many foreign countries. Because of our unique location in one of New Jersey’s largest cities, we specialize in addressing the needs of students in the contemporary urban, multicultural, and multilingual classroom. We are committed to the belief that education is transformative and empowering and that social justice can be best accomplished through an educated citizenry.
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New Education Major Requirements
As of September 2015, ALL students who have not already successfully completed phase I coursework must fulfill new program entry requirements in order to take any upper level education courses. Please click here for more information.
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New Jersey Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
The New Jersey Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (NJACTE) asked recent teacher education students about some common teacher myths. Click here to find out what they said!
NJACTE provides a voice for educators at the state level on matters of teacher preparation policy. New Jersey City University is one of 24 higher education institution members. Stay connected with the NJACTE Facebook page.
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