The Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture strives to prepare quality future educators through research conducted in the areas of teacher preparation and educational achievement particularly in the areas of culture and curriculum, English as a second language, mathematics and science education, reading and language arts, technology and urban education.
Individual faculty projects as well as those affiliated with the department’s two centers – the Center for Urban School Partnerships (CUSP) and the Education Research Center (ERC) – continue to affect policy and program development for the betterment of education across the state, nation and world.
By the Numbers
Since 2018, principal investigators (PIs), Co-PIs, and Co-Is in the department received approximately $7.1 million in external funding, including grant awards from the National Science Foundation, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, US Department of Education, Texas Education Agency, among other agencies and foundations.
Texas A&M University offers many financial aid options to help pay tuition and fees, including scholarships, loans, grants and work-study programs.