A Guide to Getting a Master of Education Degree


About This Guide 

The education world is always in need of good teachers, administrators, and curriculum and policy developers. Getting your M.Ed. can put you on the path to all of those positions and more.

If you are considering switching to the education field, know that you are not alone. A 2009 study found that one-third of new teachers had switched from other careers. Check out our guide and let us help you to make your next academic move!

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3 Things to Know About Getting Your Master in Education Degree [VIDEO]




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