The Mission of the Manhattanville College School of Education, inspired by the College Mission statement, is to educate candidates to become ethically and socially responsible teachers and school leaders for participation in the educational community.
We are committed to doing that by:
1. Ensuring the intellectual, ethical and social development of each candidate within a community of engaged scholars, teachers, and school leaders. We are committed to doing that by developing our candidates' capacities in the following domains of competence:
2. Encouraging each candidate to apply his or her development as an independent leader and creative thinker, to career and personal goals. We are committed to doing that by promoting in our candidates the following unit competency:
3. Providing a diverse campus community whose members know, care about and support each other and actively engage the community beyond. We are committed to doing that by developing our candidates' capacities in the following two unit domains of competence:
Through professional and collaborative teaching, research, and self-governance, in cooperation with Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty, and in partnership with local educational agencies, we will model intellectual and ethical individual and institutional practice for our candidates.