Master's in Education Degree in Alabama
(found programs from 26 schools)
According to the Alabama Department of Education, Alabama public schools tend to have high daily attendance and graduation rates. In fact, the average daily attendance rate for 2009-2010 was 94 percent. The 2010 graduation rate was 87.6 percent. The school system also fares well with regard to the national No Child Left Behind requirements. In 2010, the state met 36 of its 38 goals. About half of the students in Alabama receive free or reduced lunch, indicating that around half of the students are from low-income families. Teachers with master's degrees in education will be well-positioned to maintain Alabama's momentum in improving education.
Montgomery's Alabama State University offers a number of Master of Education programs, including programs in early childhood education. With a long history of advocacy for equal education, this historically African American university was established after the Civil War to educate African Americans who had previously had no opportunity for education. At Auburn University, located in the city with the same name, teachers can earn a master's degree in adult education. Auburn's large student body offers opportunity for discussion and collaboration. Finally, at Jacksonville State University, teachers can complete a Master of Education program in music education.
Below is a list of Masters of Education programs in Alabama. Use the links to request information from schools that you are interested in, or use the nearby state links below to find additional Masters of Education programs in states near you.
Masters in Education Programs in Nearby Sates
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