Being A Catholic School: Challenges, Hopes, Opportunities of Teacher Education

School of Liberal Arts and Education

Teach. You'll be amazed at the difference you can make.

Que docet dicit. He who teaches learns.


The School of Liberal Arts and Education envisions being a center of excellence producing transformative, Gospel and value-oriented leaders who shall work for sustainable and progressive society. 

The School of Liberal Arts and Education is committed to the development of all learners by providing excellent instruction and relevant experiential learning in an increasing diverse, complex and technological global society.

If someone asked you the question, and you thought one thing - "I'd like to affect lives; I'd like to be a teacher one day" - then we have the programs for you.

Whether you are interested in teaching the elementary or secondary level, we at LCCB can provide you with the tools necessary to lead you to your goal of becoming a globally competitive 21st century teacher.

Randdie P. Cuelo, EdD
Dean, SLAE

What have become of our thousands of TEACHER education program GRADUATES since its offering in the 1950s?

A part from the thousands of LCCian teachers who now serve the public and private school systems in the Philippines and abroad, the training our education graduates had gained from LCCB offered them the advantage for promotions and prominent training industry careers:
Education supervisors and superintendents, department deans, school principals, program heads, instructional and formational directors, consultants, lecturers, curricular and co-curricular coordinators, subject area chairs, academic team leaders, international fellows, and foreign exchange faculty scholars along with the local, national and international recognitions some of these LCCians had received being exemplary teachers.
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