School of Education - George Mason University

The School of Education values research and scholarship.  Faculty expand knowledge and understanding in a variety of disciplines and fields by publishing research findings in prestigious journals and by making presentations to national and international audiences. Our scholars support the research of others by serving on advisory committees and editorial boards, and as leaders of influential state, national, and international professional associations.

Center for International Education

The Center for International Education (CIE) is committed to developing international partnerships, delivering high quality academic programs and building the capacity of domestic and international institutions to better serve children, family, community and educators.

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Center for Social Equity through Science Education

Center for Social Equity through Science Education (C(SE)2) is a group of researchers, educators, and students who are dedicated to helping all people have a richer understanding of science through research and outreach.

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Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity

the Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity (CDMID) was established in 2009 to be a resource for research, design, and dissemination of digital media for diverse populations.

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Mathematics Education Center

The Mathematics Education Center conducts research, provides professional development, and designs instructional materials to support mathematics teaching and learning.

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EdPolicyForward

EdPolicyForward: The Center for Education Policy @George Mason University promotes equity and improved educational outcomes for all students, preschool through college and beyond.

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Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning and Educational Technology

The Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning & Educational Technology (COMPLETE) provides high-quality professional development for teachers.

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Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities

The Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities (KIHd) develops and conducts comprehensive research, implements innovative teacher training programs, and develops state of the art technologies that improve the lives and productivity of individuals with disabilities.

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