Most students shy away from math. What if by changing the way we teach math skills we can increase math IQ? Learn some early age math teaching tips here!
Diversity and social justice in education are key areas for educators, particularly in curriculum design and other leadership positions. Earn your M.Ed.
To teach elementary education in Massachusetts you must pass required sections of the MTEL. Read about the requirements and licensing for teachers here.
Interested in becoming a high school teacher in Massachusetts? Learn more here about the requirements necessary to teach high school in Massachusetts.
Student literacy is more important than ever for student success. Graduates of Merrimack's M.Ed. program can help students succeed in this area.
Merrimack College's Master of Education and Curriculum Design helps students learn how to include topics on social justice in the classroom.
Professional educators who want to teach students with moderate disabilities will find a great need for their skills in Massachusetts.
Earning an online master's degree may be the best option for busy professionals who want to further their education and their career.
Massachusetts schools not only rank among the best in the U.S. but the students they produce rank among the brightest in the world. The state attracts some of the most qualified teachers in the country who admire the state’s commitment to education, higher salaries, and many job opportunities. A Massachusetts teacher enjoys an attractive job
It's widely known that early education plays a critical role in how students perform in their later school years. Understanding just how crucial these early education years are is important. According to The Annie E. Casey Foundation, the annual average learning gain for students in kindergarten through second grade is higher than at any time