The School of Education Science offers theoretical and practical preparation at various levels of education, intercultural communication and pedagogical consulting. It has developed a unique and innovative interdisciplinary method for conducting clinical, empirical, theoretical and applied research founded on the interaction of various knowledge bases: pedagogical, philosophical, anthropological, psychological, sociological and historical, among others. The School offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs for the professional education and training of teachers working at primary and secondary school levels, providing considerable expertise in the use and integration of digital technologies in teaching. Digital learning environments, intelligent agents, leadership of educational institutions and professional learning and knowledge management within both private and public institutions have recently become the core of the School research activity. In the academic year 2009/10 the Specialization School in Scientific Research Methodology and the Specialization School in Science and Techniques for Supporting Students with Disabilities have been established to provide graduate students with innovative skills for leading research processes and planning effective educational intervention for people with special needs.

Dean: Prof. Dante Cosi

Dean of the School of Education Science at Marconi University in Rome. He holds a degree in Law from Roma University. Dante Cosi was a public law and administrative law assistant, in the School of Economics, University of Pisa, from 1967 to 1969 and then until 1979, at the School of Law, University of Rome. Since 1990 he is the Vice president of the CIRIEC- International Centre of Research and Information on the Public, Social and Cooperative Economy and since 1985 coordinates the different researches carried out in the Centre in particular the gathering of statistical data regarding national and regional legislations and administrative statement measures concerning public bodies and not-for-profit organizations. Official of the Constitutional Court since 1976, he served, from 1984 to 2000, as a Director of General Affairs and Personnel. From February 2000, he was the Deputy Secretary General of the Constitutional Court.

He published several books and articles on school organization, private and public assistance, public goods, public employment, social security, tourism and organizational models of public bodies: 2 volumes, Milan, 1977 (with F.P.Pugliese); public bodies in late 'eighties in "Le riforme mancate: "l'intervento pubblico tra vincoli ed efficienza", Milan, 1992; Private foundations legal documents part I of the volume "Le fondazioni in Italia", Milan, 1973; Associationism and Social Welfare group participation, Quire n.1-3/1984 of "Il funzionario degli enti locali"; Les enterprises et organisations du troisième système dans l'Union européenne: Italie (con Iannizzotto, Lulli, Sacconi e Zolea) CIRIEC, Liege, 2001. Since 2002, he is an Associate Professor of "Social Welfare legislation" for the Master's degree at the Perugia University.