Special Programs and Centers
The mission of the Hunter College Center for Gifted Studies and Education is to support and empower gifted students, their teachers, and their families by playing a leading role in research, teacher training, and the development of new curricula, programs, and policies.
Hunter College established the Mathematics Center for Learning and Teaching to help promote the mathematics competency of pre-kindergarten through grade 12 children.
The Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders aims to improve education services to children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders in New York City and to assist families in supporting their children in their home and community.
Noyce scholars receive up to $20,000 in scholarship support during their last two years of the BA/MA program in Adolescent Education that leads to teacher certification in teaching math or science. Majors include biology, chemistry, earth science, mathematics and physics.
Full tuition scholarships to outstanding high school graduates to prepare them to teach mathematics or science in New York City's public schools.
The New Visions for Public Schools-Hunter College Urban Teacher Residency is a 14-month teacher-preparation program that fully integrates the graduate coursework of the aspiring teacher (resident) with intensive, hands-on experiences in New York City schools.
This video analysis initiative will place the Hunter College School of Education at the forefront of national efforts to improve the preparation of teachers.