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For 110 years, the programs in TWU’s College of Professional Education (COPE) have been producing graduates who are well-prepared for both the present and the future challenges of their profession. We offer fourteen undergraduate, twenty-two masters, and five doctoral programs. With exceptional scores on state certification exams and accreditation agencies, and high marks from the schools, agencies, and organizations that employ our graduates, the programs in COPE have a well-deserved reputation for producing and preparing extraordinary professionals who are making a difference in communities throughout Texas and the world.
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The Latest News from COPE

Students Present at Conference

A number of COPE ungergraduate students made presentation at the annual meeting of the Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education (CSOTTE), the largest organization for teacher preparation in Texas. Some of the students presented posters on their projects as part of the Emerging Scholars strand of the more.

New Teacher Academy

TWU’s Second Annual New Teachers Academy took place on the Denton campus on Tuesday, July 21. The NTA focuses on providing tailored professional development activities to support our recent graduates as they enter the teaching profession. The free, one day workshop consisted of topic sessions, forums and speakers addressing the relevant issues that new teachers face in the classroom…read more.

Reading Conference

Over 500 educators participated in the 26th Annual Billie J. Askew Reading Recovery & K-6 Literacy Institute November 2-3 at the Hotel Intercontinental in Dallas. The institute is named after a former reading professor at Texas Woman’s University who play a major role in bringing the Reading Recovery Program to TWU. Texas Woman’s University is one of 19 Reading Recovery University Training Centers in the United States…read more.

Who's Who at TWU

Ten undergraduate students from COPE were selected for inclusion in the 2015 edition of Who’s Who and honored at annual recognition dinner. Who’s Who is one of the most highly regarded and long-standing honors programs in the nation. Faculty are asked to nominate students who enhance the positive image of the American students through their contributions to community and more.