Discovering Science Anew
Cato School education students partner with Discovery Place educators in developing best practices.
Embracing the Chaos
Cato School alumni share experiences, offer advice to current students
Queens Graduate Launches Her Career
Missy Olson's undergraduate experiences prepared her for the quick transition from student to teacher.
Creativity in the Classroom
Cato School alum Rachael Sprankle inspires her students with her energy and unconventional methods.
Teaching in Tanzania
Twelve intrepid students and two professors enjoy a journey of service learning in Africa.
Cato School of Education
Queens is uniquely positioned to prepare you for a successful and fulfilling career in education - with supportive and highly qualified faculty, close partnerships with local schools, and a distinctive curriculum with a focus on experiential learning and leadership development.
Queens' Wayland H. Cato, Jr. School of Education offers an array of undergraduate and graduate programs:
New Online Master of Arts in Educational Leadership
Queens creates new online degree program for aspiring K-12 principals and administrators. Read More
Queens joins Alliance to Reform Educational Leadership
The George W. Bush Institute has named Queens University of Charlotte as one of nine new principal preparation sites of the Alliance to Reform Education Leadership (AREL), a network of innovative principal preparation programs around the country that are changing the way school leaders are recruited, selected, trained, evaluated and empowered. Read More