• UW-Madison's School of Education offers a broader range of undergraduate and graduate programs than traditional schools of education, including Art, Dance, Theatre and Drama, and Kinesiology. UW-Madison's School of Education offers a broader range of undergraduate and graduate programs than traditional schools of education, including Art, Dance, Theatre and Drama, and Kinesiology.
  • The School of Education offers a broader range of programs than traditional schools of education. Brittany Travers, with the School’s occupational therapy program, is conducting cutting-edge research on motor and brain development in children with autism. The School of Education offers a broader range of programs than traditional schools of education. Brittany Travers, with the School’s occupational therapy program, is conducting cutting-edge research on motor and brain development in children with autism.
  • Faculty and staff across UW-Madison’s School of Education are dedicated to the Wisconsin Idea, the principle that the university should help improve people’s lives beyond the boundaries of the classroom. Faculty and staff across UW-Madison’s School of Education are dedicated to the Wisconsin Idea, the principle that the university should help improve people’s lives beyond the classroom.

The School of Education and many of its programs are widely regarded as being among the very best in the nation. The people and units that make up the School are addressing some of society’s most critical needs – from challenges in education at all levels to issues in health and other human services ­– while also contributing to the quality of life through the arts.

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