The Belin-Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development (B-BC) is a comprehensive center focused on nurturing potential and inspiring excellence through myriad programs and services.
The Center for Advanced Studies in Measurement and Assessment (CASMA) pursues research-based initiatives that lead to advancements in the methodology and practice of educational measurement and assessment.
The Center for Disability Research and Education (CDRE — pronounced ‘cedar’) assists those in search of current, documented, and innovative knowledge about evidence-based practices for working with individuals with disabilities.
The Center for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA) conducts multiple forms of program evaluation and assessment in collaboration with colleges, universities, and school systems throughout the United States.
The Center for Research on Undergraduate Education (CRUE) implements and disseminates research and scholarship that fosters an understanding of effective undergraduate education.
The Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research (ICATER) is an assistive technology and universal design resource for the education community in Iowa, the Midwest, and across the nation.
The Iowa Reading Research Center works to improve the literacy proficiency of PK-12 students and conducts research in practical settings in order to evaluate the effectiveness of literacy practices and the usefulness of assessments for guiding literacy instruction.
The world-renowned Iowa Testing Programs (ITP) serves assessment needs in Iowa and across the country by developing high-quality instruments and working with schools to promote valid use of results.
The Linda R. Baker Teacher Leader Center (TLC) is a comprehensive professional development center and professional learning commons designed to create the next generation of 21st-century teachers, leaders, scholars, and innovators.
The Writing Resource offers writing support services and community programming to graduate students in the College of Education.
The University of Iowa Cooperating Schools Program (CSP) provides researchers information on Iowa’s public school districts, as well as recommended procedures and documents to aid in obtaining a statement of cooperation from Iowa K-12 public schools.
The College of Education's Office of the Dean houses resources including: faculty handbook, finance, human resources, diversity, and scholarships.
The Educational Technology Center (ETC) provides technological support and other services for the College of Education community.
The Grant and Research Services Center (GRSC) provides support for grant and research projects, training projects, and service projects in the College of Education.
The Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Ethics (IDARE) offers a vibrant, online, cross-disciplinary, cross-institutional community of scholars whose goal is to improve the quality of ethical practice experienced by people with disabilities through research, education, and consultation.
The Interdisciplinary Consortium for Applied Research in Education (ICARE) assists faculty researchers in applying their disciplines to real-world problems by connecting them with other colleagues and community partners.
The Iowa Measurement Research Foundation (IMRF) advances and extends knowledge in the field of educational measurement by providing financial assistance to The University of Iowa for promising research and educational projects that further the foundation’s mission.
The Honors Opportunity Program offers undergraduate students a more challenging program that culminates with a University of Iowa degree with honors.
The Office of Graduate Teaching Excellence (OGTE) provides Ph.D. students with the programming and support needed to succeed and stand out in a competitive market.
The Office of Student Services (OSS) serves as the College of Education central records office and supports students while attending the college and after graduation.
The Paul Blommers Measurement Resources Library provides resources and services to support the teaching and research needs of faculty, staff, and students of the University of Iowa, primarily serving the College of Education.
The Statistic Outreach Center (SOC) assists College of Education faculty, staff, and students use of quantitative statistical methods to produce high quality research.
The University of Iowa REACH Program (Realizing Education and Career Hopes) is a two-year, transition certificate program for students with multiple intellectual, cognitive, and learning disabilities.