The Carter & Moyers School of Education prepares and mentors professional educators of distinction, whether they be teachers, administrators, or other school professionals inculcated with the Lincoln Memorial University core ideals of Values, Education, and Service to make a positive impact on this generation and the next. The Carter and Moyers School of Education of Lincoln Memorial University is dedicated to preparing professional educators of distinction who embody the three core ideals of Values, Education, and Service in candidates who:



Demonstrate the dispositions of the education profession. Articulate and demonstrate the knowledge base of moral, social and political dimensions, which will impact individual students, schools, districts, and communities for the enrichment of society.



Demonstrate the teaching skills and learning strategies acquired through rigorous academic studies and active engagement in real life classroom experiences while involved in field and clinical placement in partner P-12 Schools. Promote lifelong learning through continued professional development and scholarship.



Assist in meeting the educational needs of a global society, especially the underserved. Articulate an understanding that all students can learn as well as demonstrate the dispositions to serve and teach diverse student populations.


Education News

Dean's List January 10, 2021

LMU Announces Fall 2020 Dean's List

Over 600 undergraduate students honored for high academic marks during the Fall 2020 semester.

LMU President's House December 22, 2020

LMU To Open Spring Semester with Two Weeks of Online Classes

LMU President Clayton Hess has announced that LMU will open campus as scheduled to start the Spring 2021 semester. However, with surging COVID cases across the country, all classes -- didactic and laboratory -- will begin in an online format for the first two weeks.

LMU Graduation December 12, 2020

LMU Confers the Degrees of 370 during Winter Commencement

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) President Clayton Hess conferred 370 degrees in a virtual ceremony on Saturday, December 12. Dr. Belle Wheelan, the president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, gave the virtual commencement address. Aaron Rowe, of Baxter, Kentucky, graduated with Valedictorian honors and Jonathan Hughes, of Andersonville, Tennessee, earned Salutatorian honors.

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The Carter & Moyers School of Education and the Tennessee Department of Education have determined that our curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in the State of Tennessee.

Authorization for the University to provide a program for the preparation of teachers, counselors, or administrators in the State of Tennessee does not guarantee eligibility or reciprocity for certification, licensure, or benefits in any other state. It is the sole responsibility of the candidate to be knowledgeable and pursue specific state certification/licensure requirements by contacting their respective state department of licensure; to qualify for the certification, licensure, or benefits; and to apply for the same. LMU holds no responsibility for certification/licensure requirements or benefits in other states.