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college of education

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Definition of college of education in English:

noun

An institution where schoolteachers are trained.
Example sentences
  • I'm sure she is correct for Americans broadly but to the extent that she is also correct for the schools and colleges of education that prepare elementary school teachers-and I suspect she is-this is a damning indictment.
  • The time has come to modify that plan, supporters say, if the state is to meet the challenging needs of a booming student population that is taxing the public schools, community colleges and colleges of education.
  • For example, this year Texas needs 30,000 new teachers, but its colleges of education produced only about 16,000 graduates.

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