At Clark Atlanta University, we offer an exceptional educational journey that sets us apart. Choosing CAU means embracing a legacy of academic excellence, cultural diversity, and community engagement. Our supportive and inclusive campus nurtures your personal and professional growth, providing a platform for you to thrive.
Within the Clark Atlanta University School of Education, you’ll find a dynamic and innovative environment. We blend rigorous academics with real-world experiences, preparing you to excel in today’s competitive landscape. With a focus on ethical leadership, social responsibility, and global perspectives, our programs empower you to make a meaningful impact in the world. Join us at CAU and embark on a transformative journey that will shape your future success.
The first competency and performance-based program of its kind, ELI will help preserve and strengthen HBCUs as a hub for education, opportunity and uplift in the community they serve.
The Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) has developed a robust program for knowledge delivery, hands-on skills, and intuition based on know-how for Fellows who are aspiring executive leaders and change agents for the future of HBCUs and for chairs and members of these institutions.
The HBCU Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) will provide a Certification program that trains future presidents for the nation’s HBCU’s.
The annual Pearlie C. Dove Colloquium is sponsored by the School of Education, and takes its name from alumna and longtime professor Pearlie C. Dove, Ed.D. Dove is a Professor Emerita and former chair of the Division of Education that 40 years ago led Clark College’s successful national accreditation in teacher education. The Colloquium is a testament to her legacy and the legacy of others who inspired and prepared her as an educator, innovator and advocate. It aspires to encourage and promote spirited exchange related to the work of teacher-education, leadership, and counseling in diverse educational settings.
The event is open to the public, particularly the community, teachers, practitioners, scholars, and most of all students, so as to engage, direct, and invoke the best thinking on how to the address challenges, opportunities, and innovations in the world of teaching and learning.
The Clark Atlanta University School of Education stands as a beacon of academic innovation, dedicated to equipping future educators and leaders with the skills, knowledge, and passion to drive positive change in diverse educational environments. With a rich legacy of commitment to educational excellence dating back to its founding, the School of Education continues to be a dynamic hub where theory meets practice, cultivating critical thinking change agents who are poised to transform academic outcomes in a variety of schools and communities.
Mission: Our mission is to prepare highly competent, autonomous, critical-thinking, candidates for P12 schools and various educational settings serving all candidates, particularly those belonging to culturally and linguistically diverse groups.
Vision: The School of Education will, consistent with the mission, vision, and core values of Clark Atlanta University, continue to drive and evaluate the discourse in seeking answers to societal problems and challenges endemic in local, national, and global scholastic environments.
Unleash your potential and harness the power of education at CAU. Join our School of Education and become a catalyst for change in the world.