We’ve been ranked among the top graduate programs in the nation every year since 2001 by U.S. News & World Report.
94% first-year job placement
With a 94 percent first-year job-placement rate for classroom teachers, our students leave UW–Madison prepared for what’s next in their professional careers.
Our faculty’s diverse research areas include curriculum studies; global studies; design, informal, and creative education; disciplinary studies; languages, literacies, and multicultural education; teacher education; and childhood studies.
Meet Our Students
Somi Hwang, Curriculum and Instruction MS student
“I majored in design in South Korea and chose to come to the Department of Curriculum and Instruction to learn how to enhance current curriculum visually. It was my only option since I knew UW–Madison had one of the best programs in the U.S.”
- UW–Madison Community Arts Collaboratory receives grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
- The Capital Times features UW–Madison professor emerita Ladson-Billings
- UW–Madison authors examine ‘soft’ skills instruction in community colleges in new journal article
- UW alumnus Teitelbaum authors new book: ‘Critical Issues in Democratic Schooling’
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