Getting into the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate is tough, but the College of Education of the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley pulled it off.

Last month, UTRGV announced the college’s admission into CPED, a consortium of more than 100 schools of education in the United States, Canada and New Zealand working together to improve professional preparation in education at the highest level.

Alma Rodriguez, dean of the College of Education, said having one of the college’s doctoral programs admitted into CPED would have been cause for celebration, but UTRGV got two in: the Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership.

The college’s application was done so well that CPED waived its usual

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