About Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy
The School of Education and Social Policy (SESP) at Northwestern University seeks to understand and improve learning at every stage of life and in all contexts — from families and communities to schools and workplaces. And since we’re the smallest school at Northwestern, our own community is truly unique.
Nationally and internationally, the School of Education and Social Policy is known for innovation, an interdisciplinary approach and major research, as well as excellent faculty and students. With 400 undergraduates, 300 graduate students and 34 faculty, SESP offers a personal environment and active collaboration within the larger university.