Kelsey Lessard, alumna of Merrimack College’s online M.Ed. program, and current Dean of Curriculum & Instruction (K-1) at Arlington Elementary School in Lawrence, MA, stopped by for a recent episode with MINTS (Merrimack Institute for
Insights from the School of Education and Social Policy at Merrimack College Once you’ve become a teacher, it’s difficult to imagine having the time and energy to enter an online master’s degree in education program.
With an online Master of Education degree program, most students can complete the requirements in about 18 months. However, self-paced, competency-based programs allow students to move faster if they wish, while also allowing them to schedule
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
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.
The winter break gives teachers the chance to get away from the classroom and rejuvenate before the second half of the year. Teachers: check out these holiday break ideas to help you make the most of your
Are you a Massachusetts teacher looking to further your career by earning a master’s degree? If so, you may be considering online master's degree courses. It makes sense. Where once time and money were barriers to