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School of Education Centennial
For more than 100 years Baylor graduate educators have carried the mission and practices of the School of Education to Texas classrooms and beyond as teachers, superintendents, psychologists, health education professionals, academics/scholars and more. See where we've been, and what the second century holds in store.

History

Even before the founding of Baylor’s School of Education in 1919, the university’s early leaders — including presidents Rufus Burleson and William Carey Crane — played a huge role in establishing the public school system of Texas, setting standards, leading professional agencies and promoting the cause of teacher training in an environment of Christian faith.

As we enter our second century, learn more about our rich history and how many of the advancements in teaching today were pioneered by the people who shaped the Baylor SOE.

Call for Nominations

Baylor SOE is honoring educators whose work makes significant, observable changes and who embody the Christian mission and ideals of the Baylor SOE.

Nominations are open for three awards: Centennial Outstanding Alumni Award, Centennial Outstanding Young Alumni Award and Centennial Outstanding Mentor Award.

To learn more about award qualifications and nominate a deserving candidate, click on the link below.