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.

CEP News

UM-Flint English and Math professors discuss award-winning collaboration

UM-Flint English and Math professors discuss award-winning collaboration

UM-Flint Associate Professor of English Suzanne Knight and Associate Professor of Mathematics Laura McLeman won the 2018 Provost Innovation in Teaching Prize.

UM-Flint to offer graduate programs in Clarkston for Oakland County educators

UM-Flint to offer graduate programs in Clarkston for Oakland County educators

Courses are open to educators within Oakland Schools, along with neighboring schools, and available online and onsite at Clarkston Community Schools.

UM-Flint hosts inaugural Michigan Early Childhood Policy Summit

UM-Flint hosts inaugural Michigan Early Childhood Policy Summit

The summit brought together over 200 attendees, including elected officials, education experts, and other leaders in various fields.

UM-Flint’s early childhood education expertise featured at Wolverine Caucus

UM-Flint’s early childhood education expertise featured at Wolverine Caucus

Robert Barnett, Dean of the School of Education & Human Services, and Amy Hesse, Central Administrator of Cummings Great Expectations Early Learning Center, will be the keynote speakers at the Wolverine Caucus event March 13 in Lansing.