Find out more about Le Moyne’s freshman service learning experience.

Forms and ResourcesThrough scholarship, teaching and service, the department of education at Le Moyne College is a learning community in the Jesuit tradition dedicated to preparing and inspiring teacher leaders who practice participatory democracy and social justice in their classrooms and schools.



    * Students and faculty collaborate on research and classroom implementation.

    * Faculty publish research in books and articles and present their work nationally and internationally.

    * Kappa Delta Pi-Epsilon, an international education honor society, was established and resides in the department.

    * Underrepresented urban teacher candidates receive scholarships and support.



    * Department professors are experienced public and private school teachers bringing real-world case studies to the classroom.

    * Professors are consulted by local, national and international school systems and teacher preparation programs for best practices.

    * Urban, suburban and rural schools provide settings for in-service teaching.

    * Weekly supervision is provided for pre-service teachers.

    * Students and faculty study and teach abroad.



    * Faculty serve as consultants at local, state, national and international levels.

    * Interdisciplinary Service Learning is provided domestically and internationally.

    * Social justice leadership provides the foundation for purpose.

    * Faculty and students work in impoverished schools as teachers, tutors and mentors.


Spring Newsletter Now Online

The Education Department is very grateful to our students, faculty, adjunct faculty, staff and administration for their role in the many successful initiatives we had this past year. We have highlighted many of these in our spring 2014 newsletter articles.  Download the newsletter (pdf)