Careers In Education


Careers in Education

With a graduate Master of Education degree or a terminal Doctor of Education degree, professionals have a historical, philosophical, theoretical, and research-based influence on their development as educators.  Graduate degrees can be used as gateways to teaching or providing administrative service at the college or university level or as preparation for grant writing, program leadership or administrative roles.  

Earning a graduate degree is also an indication that the individual has focused on developing his/her skills in educational philosophy and pedagogy even further, has the knowledge and understanding of select content areas, has conducted and presented research projects in education and related fields, and is capable of providing effective leadership for curricular and instructional programs in elementary, secondary, community college, higher education and other educational settings.

School Districts

Birdsville ISD Alvarado ISD Arlington ISD
Castlebury ISD Burleson ISD Carrollton-Farmers Branch
Dallas ISD Cleburne ISD Crowley ISD 0
Grandbury ISD 1 Everman ISD Ft Worth ISD 2 3
Grapevine-Colleyville Grandview ISD Grand Prairie ISD
Keller ISD HEB ISD Irving ISD 4
Richardson ISD Lewisville ISD Mansfield ISD
Aledo ISD White Settlement  

 

Educational Organizations

Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association Texas Education Organizations
National Association of Elementary School Principals Texas Classroom Teachers Association
Consortium of State Organizations in Texas Teacher Education National Education Association
National Association of Secondary School Principals Texas Computer Education Association
Texas Association of Secondary School Principals Student Education Association
Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development International Reading Association
Texas State Teachers Association - Student Program Center for Leadership in School Reform
American Association of School Administrators  

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