Minnesota Masters in Education Programs
(found programs from 27 schools)
Teachers looking for stability and the opportunity to impact a large number of students may want to consider Minnesota, ranked second in the U.S. on Opportunity Nation's 2011 Opportunity Index. The index, which is partially based on the graduation rates and the number of teens in school, indicates which states offer the greatest opportunity for economic improvement. According to Minnesota news source TwinCities.Com, the state wasn't satisfied with No Child Left Behind, so they created their own school accountability system, which takes into account a number of factors in addition to tests scores when assessing schools. Teachers who complete Master of Education programs in Minnesota are able to show their commitment to the field.
At Lesley University - which has locations in Andover, Burnsville, Lake and Woodbury, Minneapolis, and White Bear - students can obtain a master's degree in education by enrolling in programs from technology to curriculum and instruction and integrated teaching through the arts. In Duluth, teachers can attend the College of St. Scholastica, a Catholic school where they can earn master's degrees in education that focuses on everything from curriculum and instruction to educational media. Argosy University, an institution of higher learning with campuses all over the nation, has a Minnesota Twin Cities campus in Eagan. The college offers Master of Education programs, including those in higher and K-12 education.
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