The Center for Educator Preparation

The Center for Educator Preparation (CEP) works closely with P-12 partners to enhance and support the experiences of education students at the University of Michigan-Flint.  The CEP utilizes a student centered approach and brings together all of the services the university has to offer into one place to assist and support the success of future and current educators.

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Register Today for Spring 2017!

Students who register for a Spring 2017 course in education, SAT, or social work can enter a drawing to win one of three $1,000 scholarships! Read more.

UM-Flint Early Childhood Program Offers Families Nutrition Resources

UM-Flint Early Childhood Program Offers Families Nutrition Resources

Cummings Great Expectations early childhood program staff and community vendors welcomed Flint families and provided information about nutrition and healthy food choices.

UM-Flint Education Students Prepare to Teach Math Strategies

UM-Flint Education Students Prepare to Teach Math Strategies

UM-Flint's education program requires a deep understanding, both intellectually and verbally, of multiple math concepts and strategies.

Author Christopher Paul Curtis Challenges Flint Students to Write

Author Christopher Paul Curtis Challenges Flint Students to Write

Children's author and UM-Flint alumnus Christopher Paul Curtis shared his writing inspirations with local fourth graders during the 8th Annual Writing Adventure.

UM-Flint Education Course Teaches Citizenship and Inclusion

UM-Flint Education Course Teaches Citizenship and Inclusion

UM-Flint assistant professor Annie Whitlock wants her pre-service elementary education teachers to teach citizenship in terms that signify inclusion, empathy, diversity, family, and activism.