Training teachers, leaders, and world-changers
Through rigorous, research-based programs, we're giving educators the subject knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience they need to lead classrooms and cultivate growing minds.
Curry's Impact in Schools
Matt Shields on the Art of Student-Led Teaching
Curry alumnus and Charlottesville High School teacher Matt Shields, who built an engineering curriculum from the ground up...Read More
School Counselors Lend an Ear, Lead a Community
How do K-12 schools navigate the muddy waters of acknowledging complex issues like global terrorism and racial unrest...Read More
Curry Team Aims to Pinpoint the Preparation That Makes the Best Teachers
What happens in university-based teacher preparation programs that enhances the quality of teaching in individuals before...Read More
All kids deserve great teachers, and our programs are designed to prepare you to meet the challenges of today's schools. From elementary and secondary programs to teaching students with unique needs, explore the program that is best for you.
Expand Your Expertise
Whether it is an additional certification or another degree, we hold in the highest regard your decision to continue learning while maintaining your commitments to your jobs and your families.
Clinical Support Services
Professionals supporting students outside of the classrooms in K-12 schools are critical to students' well-being. If you have a desire to be inside a school setting but not necessarily as a teacher, check out these programs.
Are you ready to advance into a leadership position in your school or school division? Do you want to have a broader impact on education in your community, and are passionate about equity and educational opportunities for all children?
Often called the “humanities of education,” Social Foundations provides a broad understanding of the complexities of today's education environment, plus the focused knowledge and skill development needed to directly help students in the classroom. Graduates find that this solid foundation helps them more effectively teach a diverse student body.