Degree Research

A teacher reading a book with ESL students

Are you a caring individual who wants to help students grow academically as well as personally, and provide a more positive educational experience? Then teaching English language learners (ELL) might be the next step in your teaching career. English language learners are the fastest growing population in U.S. public schools. As an area with extremely… Read More

Lowering the Cost of MEd and MAT Programs

By The Editorial Team April 15, 2020

You’re hungry, passionate, and committed to pursuing an MEd degree. And you know that what you learn will benefit you and your students greatly. But the questions, concerns, and doubts start to emerge: Can I really do this while working full-time? Does online make sense? Can I afford it? We believe, yes – to all… Read More

What Are Graduate-Level Education Degrees?

By The Editorial Team January 29, 2020

Interested in increasing your educational knowledge, changing career paths, or moving into an educational leadership position? In addition to establishing your credentials as a qualified expert and potentially adding more money to your current salary, an advanced degree is an opportunity to expand your educational horizons. Pursuing an advanced degree can expand your impact on… Read More

EdD vs. PhD: Choosing the Right Doctoral Program for You

By The Editorial Team December 10, 2019

So you’ve completed your MEd and you want to further your expertise and advance your credentials. How do you decide which doctoral program is right for you? While both an EdD and a PhD focus on higher learning in the field of education, varying curriculum requirements, a different focus in studies, and differing career opportunities… Read More

Interested in getting an education-related master’s degree, but not sure which one is right for you: a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) or a Master of Education (MEd)? Read this before you continue researching programs. As two graduate degrees with very similar names, the MAT and the MEd may sound like variations on the… Read More

Tips for Earning an EdD While Working Full-Time

By The Editorial Team November 28, 2018

You’re already aware of the many benefits in earning a Doctorate of Education (EdD). And, if you’re like many other prospective doctorate students, you may be concerned with whether or not you can actually devote yourself to the program. In particular, you may be asking yourself: “Can I really balance a full-time workload and family… Read More

5 Tips for Earning an MEd While Still Teaching Full Time

By The Editorial Team August 7, 2017

Being a teacher is just as rewarding as it can be tiring. Nearly every day of the week, you’re grading papers and lesson planning. You may have kids of your own and advise Key Club. You may exercise every AM, or tutor every PM. Whatever your lifestyle, you don’t want to shuffle it around—but you… Read More

What Every Early Childhood Education Major Should Know

By The Editorial Team March 8, 2013

Preparing for a career in early childhood education can be incredibly exciting. A bachelor in education program includes classes that teach you the ins and outs of child development, educational strategies, working with special needs children, and family issues. Three things early childhood education majors should know about teaching What do early childhood education majors… Read More

Five Reasons to Study Early Childhood Education

By The Editorial Team February 11, 2013

Early childhood educators play such an important role in a child’s development. They inspire young minds, expose them to the joys of learning, and give them the foundation for lifelong success. Here are five reasons to study early childhood education. Gain knowledge of developmental milestones In this type of program, you’ll learn about the developmental… Read More