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Gannon's M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction is a program that
adds value to a classroom teacher's resume. While undergraduate
programs give prospective teachers the basics in theory and skill,
the M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction program develops the
teacher further into an educational professional. A master's degree
signals the dedication and ability to take on increased
responsibility. Having a M. Ed. Degree in Curriculum and
Instruction can help distinguish that candidate from other
Most teachers use the credits in a master's program as credits
toward their Instructional II certificate. Most school district
professional contracts include a clause supporting teachers with
credit cost reimbursement as well as salary increments when the
candidate achieves the master's degree.
Employment opportunities for teacher leaders continue to grow
for master's graduates. School administrators are looking for
teachers who have enhanced their basic degree with expanded
educational degrees to lead curriculum and building level
committees, and to participate in and give input to school
districtwide initiatives. Many school districts offer additional
salary compensation for teachers who participate in these
professional activities. This gives the educational professional
additional income which not only counts for today, but also adds to
the retirement total.
At Gannon University, the M. Ed. in of Curriculum and
Instruction program is taught by leading practitioners who are
recognized as teacher leaders. This program carries a strong
reputation for developing tomorrow's master teachers. An M. Ed. in
Curriculum and Instruction is a valuable credential in the
education profession, and often essential for teacher leader
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