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Like all of our partners and colleagues, the College has moved to remote working, following the directives of our governor. March 18, 2020 was our last day in Gillham Hall. Faculty have transitioned all courses to an online format, while our staff has adjusted to serve students from home. These are extraordinary times which may cause anxiety, frustrations, or unforeseen challenges.  We want you to know that we are here to assist, as needed. Please reach out to any of us by email if you need us or want to check in. All are welcome to use our main email:


Four dynamic high school seniors have been identified for the 2020 Herb Scholar award. This most prestigious scholarship, awarded by the College, honors Judith Herb and her family. The scholarship is valued at full-time, in-state undergraduate tuition and general fees, room and board for up to eight semesters of enrollment. The projected value of this scholarship is $82,000.  
  • Ryli Harden, Saline High School (MI), majoring in early childhood education 
  • Lainey Hilliard, Whiteford High School (MI), majoring in early childhood education
  • Jenna Pittman, Dundee High School (MI), majoring in early childhood education
  • Dylan Smith, Toledo School for the Arts (OH), majoring in visual arts education
Welcome to UToledo and the Judith Herb College of Education!


Teacher Appreciation Week is right around the corner and we want to hear from you! During the month of May, your Toledo Alumni Association will be highlighting teachers who are making a difference. 

Answer a few short questions and you'll have a chance to be featured in our alumni eMagazine and on social media!


A Special Interest Group of the American Education Research Association (AERA) has announced that Dr. Kate Delaney is the recipient of the 2020 Early Research Career Award.  The committee identified Delaney’s innovative peer-reviewed publications, the impact of these publications in the Early Childhood Education field, and a practical aspect of her work. Excellent!

Our 2020 student teachers have completed the Mental Health First Aid training. Our graduates will be better able to serve their future students, who may be experiencing challenges or are in crisis.  A special thanks to the Zepf Center and Wood County Educational Service Center for guiding the training!
Visual Literacy can help you have a whole new view of teaching.  We extend our thanks to the Toledo Museum of Art for visiting one of the early childhood education methods classes.  Our candidates loved learning about the new opportunities to engage young learners. 
Our alumni are making the most of their new classrooms. Sharing is something educators do well! View the videos below to learn how a couple of Rockets are meeting the needs of their students:
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The Toledo Alliance for Black School Educators' (TABSE) Aspiring Young Educators group visited campus earlier in the semester. Students on the steering committee met to create a logo, learn tactile skills, and gain knowledge on what it is like to be a modern day educator. We hope we can have you back soon!
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