1920 <<more details>>
The School of Education becomes the College of Education.
1921 <<more details>>
The Department of Home Economics Education is formed as a joint department between the schools of Education and Home Economics, with four faculty members. A Practice House is constructed as a laboratory for students in this discipline.
1923 <<more details>>
Willard Small becomes Dean of the College and director of the University of Maryland's Summer Session.
1924 <<more details>>
The College offers master's degree programs in General and Agricultural Education.
1927 <<more details>>
The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Foundation awards a fellowship in Child Development and Parent Education to faculty member, Edna McNaughton.
1929 <<more details>>
The College of Education offers courses in Child Development (the latter are held at the Washington Child Research Center).