New York Masters in Education Programs

(found programs from 86 schools)

According to the New York State Education Department, the state is gearing up to change the face of local education - with a little grant money from the U.S. Education Department. In 2010, the state won $696,646,000 to help it reform its schools. One of the changes the school board plans to make includes bolstering professional development and teacher preparation. The state also plans to use student success as one way to measure teacher effectiveness. New York teachers who have a master's degree will be in line with the state's goals to improve education. New York offers many Master of Education programs in everything from teaching English language learners to health education.

The State University of New York system's University at Buffalo offers a master's degree in education with a concentration in teaching English. This degree allows teachers to prepare to teach English language learners in K-12 or higher education; it can also be combined with certification. At Roberts Wesleyan in Rochester, students can earn a curriculum and instruction master's degree, which will allow them to obtain a permanent teacher certification in New York. Teachers can specialize in special education, childhood education and other concentrations. Finally, St. Lawrence University in Canton offers a master's degree in education designed to prepare students to become administrators. The program, which is very small, provides a close-knit environment for aspiring administrators.


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