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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:

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Professor Tosha Arriola Served as Event Chair for Mayor's Mentoring Alliance Ceremony

Education Professor Tosha Arriola Served as Event Chair for Mayor's Mentoring Alliance Ceremony Read More

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Inspiring a Love of Writing

While teaching a creative writing class to third graders at Walter G. Byers School, Elementary and Secondary Education majors at Queens learned that poverty does not define potential in students. Read More

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New Online Master of Arts in Educational Leadership

Queens creates new online degree program for aspiring K-12 principals and administrators. Read More

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New Learning Lab Links Leaders and Students

On November 16, Queens' Cato School of Education officially moved into its new space on campus. Read More

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Embracing the Chaos

Cato School alumni share experiences, offer advice to current students Read More

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English Department Reading Series

The Arts at Queens presents poet Joseph Harrison as he reads from his new collection, “Shakespeare’s Horse.” View Event

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