The School of Education offers theoretical and practical preparation at various levels from educational studies to intercultural communication. The courses have a unique and innovative interdisciplinary method for conducting empirical, theoretical and applied research based 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 graduate programs for vocational education and training of primary and secondary school teachers, providing considerable expertise in the use and integration of digital technologies in classroom education. Digital learning environments, educational leadership, professional learning and knowledge management in private and public institutions have recently become the focus of the Schools’ research activity. During the 2009/10 academic year, the School of Specialization in Scientific Research Methodology and the School of Specialization in Science and Technology Support for Students with Disabilities were created to provide graduate students with innovative skills for conducting research process and planning effective educational interventions for the needs.