TCU Center for Public Education
The TCU Center for Public Education acknowledges education as a civil and human right, public good, and both a process and a goal. TCU Center for Public Education seeks to understand the complexity of public education at the the system level and build connections with individual schools. The Center for Public Education (CPE) builds collaborative partnerships, engages a variety of initiatives, and conducts research. Learn More or sign up to receive updates in your email.
TCU hosted the first ever iEngage Summer Civics Institute from August 1 through 5, 2016 with almost 50 6th-9th graders in attendance. Students learned about advocacy topics, listened to guest speakers like Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, Texas Senator Konni Burton and Representative Craig Goldman and worked in groups to complete a multimedia advocacy project and website. Learn More.