September 13, 2016
WHAT: Texas Tech University and Lubbock Independent School District are hosting a luncheon to recognize the inaugural Early College High School cohort and continuing dual credit students. Texas Tech President Lawrence Schovanec, College of Education Dean Scott Ridley and Estacado Early College High School Principal Angelica Wilbanks will speak at the event, which recognizes the scholarship recipients.
Estacado Early College High School, which is funded in part through the East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood and Texas Tech, will allow high school students to earn dual credit hours that count toward high school and college degrees. Students who enter the program their first year of high school will graduate in four years with up to 60 hours of college credit. The program began this semester.
WHEN: 11:30 a.m. Wednesday (Sept. 14)
WHERE: Room 001, College of Education building, 18th Street and Detroit Avenue
TEXAS TECH CONTACT: Lauren Brownell, director of communications and public relations,
College of Education, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-5188 or email@example.com;
LISD CONTACT: Erin Gregg, communications coordinator, Lubbock Independent School District, (806) 219-0014 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The College of Education at Texas Tech University offers a full range of programs, including eight doctoral degrees, 12 master's degrees and two bachelor's degrees with numerous specializations leading to careers in public or private education as teachers, professors, administrators, counselors and diagnosticians.
Programs in the college are housed in two departments. The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers undergraduate programs leading to initial teaching certificates and graduate programs in bilingual education, curriculum and instruction, elementary education, language literacy and secondary education.
The Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership offers graduate programs in counselor education, educational leadership, educational psychology, higher education, instructional technology and special education.