Pi Lambda Theta
International Honor Society and Professional Association | 2013 Members
Seniors honored as Teachers of Promise
Bryan Kindle and Lindsey Brown were honored as Teachers of Promise. Both are majoring in secondary education and mathematics. Read More
Kristy Thrasher De la Cruz, ’96, serves as principal at a middle school in New York City. She and her school were recently featured in The New York Times. Read More
Confidence to Guide
After leaving Baker, you will have not only the necessary knowledge but also the confidence to take on a classroom of your own.
Baker School of Education
Baker is known for training exemplary educators.
Creativity, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking
Develop the skills to succeed in the challenging and rewarding field of education.
Reach the Next Generation of Learners
Baker's reputation for producing top teachers puts you in high demand.
Hands-On Classroom Experience
Long before graduation, Baker students work closely with area schools to secure student teaching positions and jobs after graduation.
Program for Spanish Education
In addition to the professional education requirements, students pursuing licensure in the field of Spanish (preK-12) must complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:
Teaching candidates may seek exemption, based on their proficiency, from some or all intermediate courses, but they are still required to earn the minimum number of hours specified in each licensure program. World language courses at the 100 level do not count toward teacher licensure.