Georgia Masters in Education Programs

(found programs from 34 schools)

There are many schools that are performing excellently in Georgia; 72.7 percent made adequate yearly progress in 2011, according to the Georgia Department of Education. As a whole, the state is committed to improving its schools, though, and one of the ways in which it is doing this is by ensuring that teachers are offering effective instruction. WCTV Georgia notes that the state has adopted a new practice in which teachers are evaluated, at least in part, by student test scores. As a teacher with a master's degree in education, you'll be prepared to pass these evaluations and meet special Georgia certification requirements. You'll also have the knowledge needed to assist Georgia in its goal to improve public schools.

Armstrong Atlantic State University's Master of Education program in middle grades education offers a unique set of courses designed for the middle school teacher. The university, which is located in Savannah, is only 25 minutes away from the beach, so students can enjoy some beachside relaxation during study breaks. In Statesboro, Georgia Southern University offers a master's degree in education in teaching and learning with a concentration in secondary education. This program is for certified teachers and allows teachers to further specialize. Finally, Mercer University in Macon allows teachers to obtain a master's degree in education in early childhood, middle grades and secondary education. Students can complete the program in two years.


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