SOE Presents:

Virtual Open Houses

Raise your hand to make education work for everyone!

Attend our free virtual open house and learn more about American University's programs. The US educational system needs innovation. With national policies directing resources away from institutions and students in need, schools and educational organizations, large and small, have a pressing need for driven professionals who can enact systemic reforms that will reinvigorate the American educational system.

We’ll be discussing how AU can prepare you for a career and the skills you can learn through our program. Have any questions about our programs? Looking for deadline information? We’ve got the answers.

Attend our free webinar, and you could have your application fee waived. We hope to see you soon!


School of Education Graduate Open Houses

Join the School of Education for an exploration of graduate school. Our Graduate Open Houses give prospective students an opportunity to talk with program staff and faculty, ask questions, and learn more about the program.

MEd: Education Policy & Leadership

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June 26

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MAT: Teacher Education& MA: Special Education (Special Ed)

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MA: International Training & Education | Training Design & Facilitation Certificate

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EdD: Education Policy & Leadership

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Antiracist Administration & School Leadership Certificate

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Other Webinars


Financial Aid Webinar

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Housing Webinar

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Veterans Webinar

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The Promise and Impact of Equity, Civil Rights, and Justice:Marking the 70th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education
Our most recent Big Ideas in Education webinar,"70 Years Later: Critical Education Policy to Live Out the Promise of Brown v. Board of Education," tookplace onThursday, May 16, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. ET. A video recording of the webinar is available to view. |Watch the video here.

A Conversation on School Violence and Safety with Dr. Sophia Rodriguezwas a thought-provokingfireside chat withDr. Sophia Rodriguez, moderated byDr. kecia hayes, on the critical issues of school violence and school safety. In an era marked by increasing concerns about the safety and well-being of students and educators, this intimate conversation provides a platform to explore the multifaceted challenges and opportunities facing our educational institutions. View the video here with Spanish captions.

How Book Bans Impact K-12 Studentsfeaturedexperts who weighed in on the history of banned books, what is happening politically today, and the potential impact on students in the future. | Watch it here.

SOEpresented The SCOTUS Decisions: What School Counselors Should Know,in July of2023. Dean Dr. Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy (a counselor educator) moderated a conversation with counseling and higher education professionals discussing the ramifications of the recent decisions by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). |

Scholars convened to share research on education systems and practices in Muslim societies and the Muslim diaspora and their implications for global societies. | Watch the.

Gun Violence: Leading Schools Through an Epidemic. With gun violence plaguing American education communities, this one-hour webinar by the AU SOE tapped into the expertise of panelists who bring diverse perspectives to propose practical solutions to support our school leaders as they grapple with this problem. Panelists unpacked recent situations at school districts around the country and shared their perspectives. |

SIEEJ 2024: Ending Violence in PreK–16 Schools

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