School of Education


Shaping a Destiny for His Service

Teachers are some of the most important people in our country. At LETU, we prepare students to make an impact in every classroom in every nation - to impact hundreds, even thousands of lives.

In fact, LETU's teacher education program has produced more teachers than any other Texas private institution in the past decade. Our award-winning Teacher Education students have earned:

  • Two TEA Intern of the Year Awards
  • Five TDFE Student Teacher of the Year Awards
  • 98% pass rate on teacher certification exams over the past three years

Our students complete practical projects, start gaining classroom experience in their first year and graduate prepared to teach the world's future.

As a student of the School of Education at LETU, faculty and staff will invest time and energy in you and your education.


Award-winning Education

LETU Graduates
Cristian Driver - TDFE's 2013
Student Teacher of the Year

Carly Robinson - TDFE's 2014
Student Teacher of the Year

The School of Education strives to:

  • Examine learning within the parameter of a Christian worldview. 
  • Prepare you to carry the love of Christ into your area of service.
  • Challenge the parameters of new knowledge.
  • Train more teachers than any other private institution in Texas.
  • Encourage good relationships with local schools where you will intern and observe.


As a school, we believe we must be:

  • Excellent in the classrooms and in the workplace.
  • Actively learning within the parameter of a Christian worldview.
  • Team players in a diverse world of education and work.
  • Skilled servants.
  • Interactive learners.

Have questions? View answers to our FAQ page.

News and Events

News: LETU Education Students Provide Literacy Program (4 Dec 2017)
News: LETU Education Graduate Named Teacher of the Year (30 Oct 2017)

For issues or complaints about this educator preparation program, contact the Texas Education Agency at http://tea.texas.gov, Complaints (located in the blue banner at the bottom of the home page), or mail to Correspondence Management, Communications Division, Texas Education Agency, 1701 North Congress, Austin, TX 79701-1494.