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Master's resources

M.A.T. vs. M.Ed.: What Should I Choose?

Choosing the Right Graduate Program for You Finally, you earned your bachelor’s degree! Now that you have earned your degree and are excited to continue

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Masters/Doctoral Resources

Entering School Leadership after a Pandemic

Deciding to become a school administrator can be an exciting career change for many educators. Using one’s leadership skills to support others, provide instructional direction,

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Doctoral resources

How to Impact Education Policy

What is Education Policy and Who Makes It? Every public school district has a policy manual—online in today’s world. A policy manual is a set

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How to Gain Expertise in Virtual Coaching

What does Educational Coaching Encompass? Coaching is a wonderful career for someone who is looking to make a difference in a student’s life. Educational coaching

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Ways to Improve Your Online Instruction

Preparing students to be productive 21st century citizens has been an educational goal since the 20th century. A major component of students becoming productive is

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How to Get Involved in eLearning Design

Education is a field that provides opportunities for students to learn in multiple ways. Additionally, for educators there are multiple ways for teachers and educational

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