Tel-Aviv University’s Constantiner School of Education (TAU-CSE) is a leading graduate school of education sciences in Israel, enrolling some 1500 students each academic year.
Funded in 1973, by joining together the departments of pedagogy and teacher education, as an academically and organizationally independent school administratively supervised by the Faculty of Humanities, in 2013 TAU-CSE comprises three departments, a unit responsible for teacher certificate training and one independent master’s program.
Tel Aviv University's School of Education aims to achieve three major goals which as a whole define its mission:
- To contribute to the body of knowledge of education as scientific and academic field.
- To contribute to the development of quality staff for all levels and modalities of the educational practice.
- To contribute to the community via active participation in relevant education-related processes.
Our faculty is generating high quality knowledge, work that is highly valued in the community of researchers in the different sub-fields. Our faculty’s contribution to theory and practice in a wide range of fields is highly significant.
In summary, fostering excellence in research, contributing to the formation of high quality educational human resources, and maintaining strong presence in education-related community affairs are the essential components of the School of Education’s mission.