1960’s This decade was characterized by student protests, secularization, and social change that introduced the liberalization of ideas and unprecedented developments in curricula and teaching methods in Education.

1966 Counsellor Education programs (MEd and DipEd) were introduced into the Faculty of Education.

1967 The McGill Elementary Education Teaching (MEET) internship program was established by Dr. Myer Horowitz and set precedents for future internships and innovations.

1968 The Doctoral of Education Counselling program, the first formal doctoral program for the Faculty of Education, was introduced.

1969 Specialized MA programs (thesis-based) were introduced in Physical Education, Counselling, Educational Psychology, Comparative Education, History of Education, and Philosophy of Education. In the same year MEd programs (non-thesis-based) were added in Educational Administration, Educational Psychology, Reading, and Special Education.

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