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Master’s in Education Degree in Vermont

Although the number of public school teachers, teacher aides, and support staff employed in Vermont decreased from 2010 to 2011, the state still plays host to just over 19,000 teachers and support staff. Teachers in Vermont enjoy a relatively low student to teacher ratio, with an average of only 11 students assigned to each teacher. Virginia’s teacher salaries are also on the rise. In 2011, the average teacher made just over $53,000 per year, an amount that increased by over $2,000 from the previous school year, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Vermont teachers with master’s degrees generally make more than their peers with bachelor’s degrees.

The University of Vermont in Burlington provides a number of master’s in education programs with specializations. Students attending these programs can enjoy UVM’s spacious campus complete with an art museum, athletic complex, and a certified green building. At Saint Michael’s College, students can earn a master’s of education in programs aimed at teaching particular grade levels or subjects. This university also offers the state’s only ESL and Education Technology Specialist licensing programs. Finally, the College of St. Joseph in Rutland has a Master of General Education program geared toward already-certified teachers who want to improve their skills. This private school is situated on a beautiful, wooded piece of land near a ski resort.

Below is a list of Masters of Education programs in Vermont. 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.

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