Education Records, College of

1987-1996

 

Extent: 0.25 linear feet

 

Accession Number: 2008.073

 

Abstract: Publications created by the College of Education and its departments including informational and event brochures, newsletters, and reports.

                                                        

Processed by: Samuel Loos, January 2013

 

Repository:  Special Collections and Archives, Southeast Missouri State University

Phone:  (573) 651-2245; Fax: (573) 651-2666; Email: semoarchives@semo.edu 

 

Provenance:  College of Education, Southeast Missouri State University.

 

Citation: College of Education Collection, Special Collections and Archives, Southeast Missouri State University

 

Restrictions: None

 

Other Related Collections:

Business Records, Donald L. Harrison College of, 1979-1997.  2008.063;

Graduate Bulletins, 1966-1999. 2011.042;

Graduate Studies Records, School of, 1982-1994. 2008.067;

Health and Human Services Records, College of, 1981-1997. 2008.072;

Liberal Arts Records, College of, 1976-2002. 2008.075;

President’s Office Records, Series V, Subseries 2: College of Education, 2007.203;

Undergraduate Bulletins, 1873-2013. 2011.041;

University Publications, 1880-2013. 2008.031.

 

Organizational Sketch

 

The University was founded as a normal school for the training of teachers in 1873, so the tradition of training educators runs deep.  The organization of departments into colleges began with the 1976-1977 academic year. Formerly organized as the Division of Education and Psychology and Physical Education, the College of Education (COE) was established formally on July 1, 1976, with only the Departments of Education and Psychology. Like most of the colleges at the University, the College of Education has experienced multiple name changes and has had various departments under its umbrella throughout its history. The COE’s title was changed to the College of Education and Behavioral Science in March 1983. In the fall of 1988, the name reverted back to College of Education, which is retained today. The College holds accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). The college manages an Academic Advising Center, an Instructional Resources and Technology Center and the Southeast Regional Professional Development Center. The COE has been a Reading Recovery site since 1991 and sponsors the Lift for Life Academy which opened in 2000.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

 

Publications of the College of Education and its departments intended for general distribution including event information, brochures, and reports. Over the years, departments have changed names, merged or even changed colleges. The most current departmental organization is used here. Documents concerning the College of Education are placed first, followed by its departments and programs arranged alphabetically.   

 

Rules or Conventions: Finding Aid prepared using DACS

 

Box 1226

 

 

Folder 001

College of Education

1987, Undated

Folder 002

Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling

1988-1996, Undated

Folder 003

Department of Elementary, Early and Special Education

1989-1995, Undated

Folder 004

Department of Middle and Secondary Education

1990-1993