The School of Education becomes the College of Education, offering curricula in Agricultural Education, Home Economics Education, Industrial Education, and General Education. The College had four faculty and 94 graduate students.
The School of Education begins offering extension courses in industrial education/trade and trade-related subjects in Baltimore.
The College initiates a cooperative arrangement with the Prince George's County School System under which its students can gain supervised teaching experience at Hyattsville High School
, working with instructors jointly paid by the County School Board and the College. The partnership between the College and the Prince George's County school system continues today.