The COVID-19 pandemic outbreak has affected the entire globe and various countries worldwide have faced educational crises that entailed the re-organization of educational institutions for coping with the complex reality. On the international level, exposure to administrative and pedagogical organization constitutes part of a global culture that allows learning from the experience of other educational institutions. Some of the educational institutions consider the crisis an unprecedented opportunity for the promotion of pedagogical processes. Conversely, others are more cautious and deliberate about the implications of the crisis for social aspects, e.g. social equality and justice, as well as for personal aspects. The proposed book aims to shed light on the way a faculty of education has been organized in this reality of crisis. The anthology of the book chapters enables readers to become aware of generic challenges and ways of coping in compliance with the education programs offered by the faculty.