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COE Center on Disability Studies Receives Oak Foundation Grant to Support Students with Learning Differences
[UH Foundation News Release 8/30/22] Oak Foundation has donated $700,000 to the UH Mānoa College…
COE is Awarded $1.2M Grant to Increase Production of Quality Teachers in Adapted Physical Education
The UH Mānoa College of Education (COE) Department of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science (KRS) received…
COE Faculty Members Receive $8 Million in Funding to Support Family Engagement in Education
College of Education Center on Disability Studies (CDS) faculty members, Hye Jin Park and Chuan…
COE Alumna Pens Blog About Social Justice Education
Using ʻĀina-Based Learning & School Gardens to Promote Social Justice Education in Elementary Grades In…
After School Care Program Job Opportunities for COE Students
Maryknoll School is seeking individuals currently studying education who may be interested in working in…
38th Annual Pacific Rim Conference – Accepting Proposals
Coming Together and Moving Forward: Hoʻokahi ka ʻilau likeʻana - Wield the paddles together The…
Educational Foundations Fall 2022 Colloquium Series
The Fall Colloquium is sponsored by the Department of Educational Foundations. All talks are free…
COEAA Hosts Virtual Film Event
4:30pm–6:00pm, Tue Sep 27, 2022
The College of Education Alumni Association (COEAA) is hosting a virtual film screening of The…
Disability Studies Film Festival
10:00am–12:30pm, Fri Sep 30, 2022
The Center on Disability Studies, along with The Hawaiʻi State Developmental Disabilities Council and the…
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Philosophy, Sociology & History
Make informed and wise decisions about educational problems and policy issues by gaining an understanding of the socio-cultural, historical, international, philosophical, and political contexts of education.
Early Childhood Education
Help children PK-3 form a foundation for lifelong learning! The COE prepares new early childhood educators and offers graduate programs for continuing professional development.
Hawaiian & Place-based Ed
Connect learning with the community and students’ sense of place. The COE offers unique credit and non-credit, place-based programs for educators in areas such as ethnomathematics, sustainability, STEM and interdisciplinary education.
Interested in working with college students or doing research in higher education? Check out our graduate programs that focus on higher education!
Leadership, Admin & Policy
Take the next step in your journey as a leader! The COE is committed to developing local and global educational leaders, through a diverse array of graduate and professional development offerings.
Literacy & Curriculum
The COE is equipping teachers, researchers and specialists to advance the areas of literacy and curriculum. Our faculty invite you to join one of our many cutting-edge programs!
Measurement, Evaluation and Assessment
Do you want to develop skills in program evaluation, advanced statistics or psychometrics? Our COE faculty have the expertise to help you gain these valuable skills!
Multicultural & International Education
Do you want to support cultural, linguistic and social diversity in our schools? Or do you want to gain a global perspective on education? We invite you to explore our programs in multicultural, progressive and international education.
Special Education, Disability & Rehab
Are you interested in working with people with disabilities? Explore our programs in the areas of disability studies, rehabilitation science and special education.
Technology & STEM
These COE programs are designed to equip educators and other professionals to use the latest technologies and explore strategies in STEM education.
K-12 Instruction & Teacher Preparation
Teach what you love, love what you teach. We offer teacher preparation programs for those who want to become a licensed teacher, and many more for those already in the teaching profession!