Student Involvement & Organizations
A group of graduate students working in cooperation with the program faculty advisors and each other to plan and implement a variety of activities that help foster social, educational, and professional development.
The KU Professional Development Schools (PDS) Alliance is an active partnership between the School of Education and Human Sciences and 15 public schools in four school districts surrounding the main KU campus in Lawrence.
Teacher quality, community outreach & political action are the underlying areas of focus of this student organization. It is in these areas that our members and affiliates sponsor programs, educate on issues, and affect change.
International Students in Education
This organization aims to advocate for international students, both undergraduate and graduate, in the School of Education and Human Sciences. It intends to be a safe space for those who experience culture shock, discrimination, and marginalization within the School and beyond. It also provides academic and social support for international students. Contact Hyesun Cho, associate professor for more information.
This organization serves the growth, development and general encouragement of the Kansas System of Education. It was established to support Kansas School District Leadership in three areas: Professional Development, Communication and Advocacy.
Founded in 1921, this is a professional organization that serves elementary and middle school principals and other education leaders throughout the U.S., Canada, and overseas.
NASSP is the leading organization of and voice for middle level principals, high school principals, and other school leaders across the United States.
This organization empowers educators to achieve excellence in learning, teaching, and leading so that every child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.