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Museum of Education

During the past years the Museum of Education has served as an archives, assisting researchers from the United States and Europe, and has exhibited documents and programmed events to help educators better understand the forces and factors that influence education in contemporary society.

Autumn 2017: The Museum of Education celebrates its 40th anniversary.

The facility now serves exclusively as a museum with its exhibitions, publications, and programs portraying the perennial issues of education as a means to generate thoughtful discussion among members of the university community and general public. Housed in the College of Education building, Wardlaw Hall, the Museum of Education includes a gallery, The Chester C. Travelstead Seminar Room, office-archival space, and an outdoor patio area. By the standards of public museums, the Museum of Education remains a small and highly focused research/public programming entity.