• Centers and Partnerships


    The ABE Teaching & Learning Advancement System (ATLAS) provides resources and professional development to advance adult education throughout Minnesota.


    The Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching (CEUT) was created to train and support teachers in applying proven culturally relevant pedagogical practices in urban and urban-like schools to promote increased educational success for all youth in Minnesota.


    The Center for Global Environmental Education (CGEE) fosters environmental literacy and stewardship in citizens of all ages and is a resource for inspired learning and educational tools and technology.


     The ELM Project provides coursework for 250 teacher-coaches who will bring best practices in teaching English as a second language (ESL) to thousands of in-service teachers in some of Minnesota’s largest school districts, as well as area charter schools and schools in the Twin Cities Archdiocese. In addition, the ELM Project grant pays for the tuition and books of 500 Hamline University pre-service teachers to take a course to help them prepare to work with English learners (ELs).


    The Midwest Migrant Education Resource Center (MMERC) is a lending library whose mission is to assist school districts in its partner states in meeting the needs of migrant children.


    The Twin Cities Teacher Collaborative (TC2) is a partnership of six private institutions of higher education, including Hamline University, that recruits, prepares, and supports teachers to be effective instructional leaders with a commitment to social justice and a capacity to foster high academic achievement for all students.