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CITED’s education programmes have been jointly created by King’s College London and Teachers College, Columbia University to meet the needs of all those involved in teacher education, continuing professional learning and development.


Research is at the heart of everything we do. We draw on expertise in advanced, critical research methodologies across our two home institutions and bring cutting-edge knowledge to bear on the complex and ‘knotty’ problems in the field of teacher education and development.

Our people

CITED draws on the expertise of faculty across Teachers College, Columbia University and the School of Education, Communication and Society at King’s College London. It is led by a small team of co-directors and associate directors and guided by an international advisory board.

CITED events

In addition to our education, research and knowledge exchange activities, CITED also holds regular events in London and New York, on the campus of Teachers College and at the School of Education, Communication and Society at King’s. Follow us on Twitter @CITeachEd for regular updates.

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CITED is a forum to push forward and challenge our thinking about teacher education and to acknowledge the importance of the work of teacher educators.

Professor Felicia Moore Mensah, Associate Director (New York)

How we prepare teachers needs to change, not only to equip them better to deal with schools now but to face future challenges.

Professor Viv Ellis, Co-Director (London)

CITED provides a space for teacher educators to exercise their professional thinking, experience and rigour in taking forward new ideas.

Dr Christine Harrison, Associate Director (London)

CITED is uniquely positioned to bring about research-based transformations—for the profession, by the profession.

Professor Mariana Souto-Manning, Co-Director (New York)