BROWNWOOD – December 12, 2017 – Dr. Kylah Clark-Goff, dean of Howard Payne University’s School of Education, began a term this fall as secretary of the Texas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (TACTE). Additionally, Dr. Clark-Goff will begin a term in January as secretary of the Education Deans of Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (EDICUT).
Both organizations seek to promote effective teaching and quality education, with EDICUT specifically concentrating on teacher education in private universities and colleges.
Under Dr. Clark-Goff’s leadership, HPU’s School of Education strives to equip the next generation of educators to meet the needs of their future students through innovative, research-based pedagogical practices rooted in a Christian world view.
In addition to the Educator Preparation Program, HPU’s School of Education offers undergraduate degrees in kinesiology and athletic training. The school also offers two graduate degrees – the Master of Education in Instructional Leadership and the Master of Education in Sport and Wellness Leadership.
“HPU’s School of Education continues to flourish under Dr. Clark-Goff’s exceptional leadership,” said Dr. W. Mark Tew, HPU provost and chief academic officer. “We’re thankful that she not only commits herself to her students and faculty, but to her own professional development through her service in organizations such as TACTE and EDICUT.”
Cutline: Dr. Kylah Clark-Goff, dean of HPU’s School of Education, serves as secretary of the Texas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and will soon begin a term as secretary of the Education Deans of Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas.