This is not helpful to you, but as a point of reference: In the United States, graduate students are generally not supported by the university unless (i) they are hired by a specific investigator who has external research funding, or (ii) the department has a teaching mission that requires a lot of Teaching Assistants (TAs). The former is often the case in engineering and science departments, the latter in mathematics and some liberal arts departments. Education departments do not fall in these categories, and most of their students are self-supported -- they have to find work on their own if they need the money.
Sometimes, the department is in need of people teaching a course or two here or there, and that would provide some funding. It is something you can ask the department into whose program you've been admitted. But it is not commonly the case that all (or even many) students in Education are fully supported.