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Shaping and inspiring the minds
of future generations.

Teachers are some of the most important people in our country. At LETU, we prepare students to make an impact in every classroom in every nation—to impact hundreds, if not thousands, of lives.

LeTourneau University Education

two TEA Intern of the Year awards, five TDFE Student Teacher of the Year awards and one CSOTTE Clinical Teacher of the Year award

graduate placement rate

School of Education

Our students complete practical projects, start gaining classroom experience in their first year and graduate prepared to teach the world's future. As a student of the School of Education at LETU, faculty and staff will invest time and energy in you and your education.

Awards And Accomplishments

LeTourneau University prides itself in graduating teachers not only ready for the classroom but also excelling by state standards. Here are some of the accomplishments our student teachers have achieved and the recognition received for their hard work and love for students. 


  • Nicole Mosley - 2018 CSOTTE Student Teacher of the Year
  • Courtney Matulis - 2017 CSOTTE Student Teacher of the Year
  • Carly Robinson - 2014 Texas Student Teacher of the Year
  • Christian Driver - 2013 Texas Student Teacher of the Year
  • Matthew Bradley - 2011 Texas Student Teacher of the Year
  • Nikita Murphey - 2010 TEA Intern of the Year
  • Laurie Taylor - 2006 TEA Intern of the Year
  • Breanna Sellers-Hurd - 2001 TDFE Student Teacher of the Year

Rookie Teacher Of The Year

  • Stephanie "Bush" Majors - 2010-2011, Eickenroht Elementary - Spring ISD
  • Mat McLauchlin - 2010-2011, Poteet High School - Mesquite ISD


Part of finishing Teacher Education is being sure to pass the state qualifying certification exams. Our student teachers and interns have been able to pass these certifications with flying colors, which in turn provide jobs in the classroom.

  • 2016-2017 - 98%
  • 2015-2016 - 95%
  • 2014-2015 - 94%
  • 2013-2014 - 97%
  • 2012-2013 - 97%
  • 2011-2012 - 96%
  • 2010-2011 - 96%
  • 2009-2010 - 96%

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