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Binghamton University’s Graduate School of Education announces a master's degree in Educational Studies, designed especially for working teachers and alumni in Greater New Orleans. This program will help you refine your teaching, learning and assessment skills; you will learn best practices and the theory behind them. You will learn strategies and approaches that improve learning outcomes for all students and deepen your understanding of what you are teaching — and why.
Classes will meet at sites in New Orleans, by videoconference and online, but always on a schedule aligned with school calendars and teachers' busy lives.
Binghamton’s Master of Education program features small cohorts of 20-24 students each and separate paths for elementary and secondary teachers. Secondary teachers will matriculate in core subject areas — English, mathematics, science or social studies.
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Binghamton University’s Graduate School of Education has TEAC-accredited (Teacher Education Accreditation Council) programs. Our faculty are nationally and internationally known.
Download a program flier here. (PDF 156KB)
Last Updated: 11/26/12