Faculty members in the Michigan State University College of Education work with educators, schools and school districts to improve student outcomes through a variety of research and professional development projects. The college places a high priority on outreach in urban areas.
The Office of K-12 Outreach strives to improve student achievement by offering programs and services to policymakers, teachers and administrators, and by acting as a bridge between the research and school communities.
K-12 Outreach initiatives support the College of Education’s commitments to internationalize education, improve education in urban communities and respond to the changing needs of high-priority schools in Michigan.
Institute for the Study of Youth Sports
龙八国际官网在线The is nationally known for conducting research and service projects that focus on maximizing the benefits of youth sports and physical activity. Faculty and students often partner with schools and organizations such as the Michigan High School Athletic Association to offer programs and share findings on key sports-related issues with athletes, coaches and parents.
K-12 Partnership at Kellogg Biological Station
龙八国际官网在线Teachers in Michigan receive support for teaching inquiry-based science, particularly within the context of environmental literacy, through the program based at Michigan State University’s Kellogg Biological Station.
College Ambition Program
Michigan State University researchers are working in partnership with high schools to develop an effective school-wide model for preparing students for careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) areas. The focuses on helping students gain interest and realistic expectations about the types of education and experiences needed to pursue technical occupations.
LATTICE (Linking All Types of Teachers to International Cross-Cultural Education)
provides opportunities for practicing K-12 educators throughout mid-Michigan to collaborate with international students and scholars at Michigan State University as they integrate global perspectives into their classrooms.