Kappa Delta Pi, founded in 1911, is one of the oldest and historically inclusive educational societies in the world. A national honor society in education with over 40,000 members from all educational disciplines, the organization's mission is to "sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service." Kappa Delta Pi's vision is to help "committed educators be leaders in improving education for global citizenship."
At Wagner College, Kappa Delta Pi leads several service projects that support important annual events in education both for the 0campus and the local schools. We welcome applicants to be participants and organizational leaders to this exceptional group. Requirements for entry include
- 3.3 (undergraduate) or 3.5 (graduate) earned GPA
- Minimum of three education courses completed or in progress during the term of application
- Complete an application, including two recommendations
- Invitation to join and payment of national dues
If you would like to learn more about Kappa Delta Pi as well as how to become a part of this extraordinary honor society, please send an e-mail to Karen DeMoss, the current faculty advisor: email@example.com.
ASCD is a leading educational research and resource group known in particular for its practitioner-focused research and practice guides. Although historically associated with educational leadership, the reach of the association in recent years has expanded to support k-12 educational professionals across all fields. Student memberships are available, and Wagner College has a student chapter. For more information, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Jennifer Lauria, firstname.lastname@example.org, 718-420-4423.