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Earning a degree in education can prepare you for numerous rewarding careers. Although a school teacher is the first profession to come to mind, many other careers are possible depending on your experience, the degree level and field of study. Education degree holders can work in the public and private sectors, teach, manage, and conduct research.

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Career Options in Education:

  • Daycare / Nursery School Teacher
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  • There is Always a Need for Educators
    An educator is one of the more recession resistent careers. Whether the economy is prospering or lagging, the public will always need qualified teachers and educators. Employment of education, training, and library occupations is projected to grow 8 percent from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations. About 697,600 new jobs are projected to be added from 2014 to 2024. Growth in education, training, and library occupations is influenced by school enrollments and budgets.

    Go Further with a Graduate Degree
    Holding graduate degrees in education is essential to individuals who desire educational leadership and administration positions. Many schools require their teachers to either have a master's degree or work on earning one within a certain amount of time. Most schools have payscales that reward you for having a master's degree. If you don't have a bachelor degree in education and want to become an educator, a master's degree in the field can fulfill most schools' education requirements.

    NCATE Accreditation: Is it a Must?
    NCATE accreditation is certainly desirable. However, there are plenty of top ranked schools that don't have NCATE accreditation yet still offer excellent quality education programs. In fact, many schools without the NCATE accreditation offer programs that are specifically approved by their state's department of education. Your long-term plans should dictate the decision to choose a program with or without the NCATE accreditation. Licensure requirements and a possible move out of state are two important factors in this decision. >> Read more

    Consider a High Demand Specialization
    School systems across the country have expressed great need for teachers who are specialized in mathematics, science, and English language learning (ELL/ESL) instruction. Educators who have extensive training or degrees in these fields will certainly have improved options in employment and better compensation potential. >> click here for Teacher Shortage Areas from the U.S. Dept. of Education

    Sponsored Schools Offering Education
    Walden University Online

    Walden University offers over 40 master and doctoral level online degrees in education. Accelerated and competency based programs are available for some degree programs. Some of these include:

    • Early Childhood Studies - MS (concentrations available)
    • Education - MS (concentrations available)
    • Education - EdD (concentrations available)
    • Education - PhD (concentrations available)

    Walden University is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), which is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

    The George Washington University Online

    George Washington University is a private institution that was founded in 1821. GWU is proud to rank #56 among National Universities and #16 for Best Online Graduate Education Programs by U.S. & World Report.

    • Special Education for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners - MA
    • Education & Human Development in Secondary Special Education and Transition Services - MA
    • Education & Human Development in Educational Leadership and Administration - MA
    • Education & Human Development in Educational Technology Leadership - MA

    The Graduate School of Education and Human Development (http://gsehd.gwu.edu) is a charter member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (http://aacte.org) and is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (http://www.ncate.org) and the District of Columbia State Education Agency, Office of the State Superintendent of Education (http://osse.dc.gov) , for its eligible master’s, specialist, and doctoral degree programs.

    University of Southern California Online

    The USC Rossier School of Education is ranked #15 for Best Education Schools by U.S. News & World Report.

    • Master of Arts in Teaching (concentrations available)

    The USC Rossier School's Masters and EdD programs are nationally accredited by the National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

    Concordia University - Nebraska Online

    Concordia University Nebraska combines quality education with affordability. It is ranked among the Best Regional Universities - Midwest and Best Value - Midwest by U.S. & World Report.

    • Special Education - MEd
    • Curriculum & Instruction - MEd (Curriculum Supervisor Certificate program available)
    • Early Childhood Education - MEd
    • Educational Administration - MEd
    • Literacy - MEd (emphases available)
    • Athletics Administration - MS

    Coconrdia University Nebraska's degrees and certification programs are accredited by the Nebraska Department of Education and the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Eduction Preparation (NCATE).

    Monmouth University Online

    Monmouth University is proud to be ranked #38 among Regional Universities - North by U.S. & World Report.

    • Education / Special Education (Autism Track) MS
    • Education / Principal, School Administrator, Supervisor - MS
    • Education / Principal, Supervisor - MS

    Monmouth's School of Education is fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), www.ncate.org.

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    NCATE Accreditation

    NCATE accreditation responds to the public's expectation that colleges of education produce teachers and other school specialists who meet rigorous standards, and who can help students learn.

    Teacher candidates from NCATE-accredited institutions will be better prepared for new, more demanding initial licensing expectations in many states, and for board certification through the new National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. NCATE is working with the Council of Chief State School Officers and NBPTS to ensure that accreditation, licensing, and certification standards are compatible. Many states have reciprocity agreements based on graduation from NCATE-accredited schools, so that graduates from NCATE-accredited institutions will generally find it easier to apply for licensure when they move out of state.

    Source: NCATE.org