Kappa Delta Pi Laureate Chapter was established in February 1924 to honor men and women who have made outstanding contributions to the development of professional education. Dr. John Dewey was the first nominee. Since 1924, 293 eminent educators have been named to Kappa Delta Pi's Laureate Chapter; however membership is limited to 60 living persons. Eight Laureates were interviewed about their thoughts on education in the following videos.
- The Anderson Interview - Robert H. Anderson: Professor and Dean, College of Education, Texas Tech University; Professor of Educational Leadership, University of South Florida; President, Pedamorphosis, Inc.
- The Ayers Interview - William C. Ayers: Distinguished Professor of Education, University of Illinois at Chicago; Founder and Director, Center for Youth and Society.
- The Berliner Interview - David Berliner: Professor and Dean, College of Education, Arizona State University.
- The Goodlad Interview - John E. Goodlad: Ph.D., University of Chicago; Hon. Ph.D., National College of Education, University of Louisville, Kent State University, etc. Dean of the Graduate School of Education, University of California at Los Angeles; Professor of Education, University of Washington.
- The Hammond Interview - Linda Darling-Hammond: Professor of Education, Teachers College, Columbia University; President of the American Educational Research Association.
- The Klein Interview - M. Frances Klein: Professor Emeritus, University of Southern California.
- The Meier Interview - Deborah Meier: Senior Fellow, Annenberg Institute at Brown University; Principal, Mission Hill Elementary School, Roxbury, MA.
- The Noddings Interview - Nel Noddings: Lee L. Jacks Professor of Child Education, Stanford University; President, John Dewey Society.