Master of Education

Master of Education

What is an M.Ed. Degree?

A Career-Building Professional Growth Experience for Lifelong Learner-Educators
What is an M.Ed. degree? The obvious answer is that M.Ed. stands for Master of Education — a graduate-level academic degree that is also sometimes referred to as a master’s in education.

A young girl taking notes while distance learning
Master of Education

Educator’s Guide to Online Teaching

How to Teach Online: Strategies, Tips and Tools
Online teaching and remote learning are more important than ever today, as COVID-19 turned 2020 into a year of educational experimentation with plenty of bumps along the way.

Teacher Salaries by State
Master of Education

Teacher Salaries by State: Biggest Winners/Losers Since 2000

Teacher Salary Ups and Downs: Biggest Winners/Losers by State Since 2000
Check Teacher Salary Census Data to See Where Your State Stands
How does your state fare when it comes to teacher salaries? Though there is widespread consensus that money alone does not guarantee …

Dr. Joi Spencer taking part in racial justice panel discussion
Master of Education

Racial Justice in School, Renewing the Commitment: A Panel

Dr. Joi Spencer Part of Panel Discussing Racial Justice

USD School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES) Interim Dean Joi Spencer appeared on KUSI News to discuss a two-day panel for teachers and school administrators focused on racial justice in education on September 2nd and September 9th.

distance learning

Remote Teaching Resources for Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the closure of most U.S. schools, forcing teachers to find ways to create virtual learning experiences for their students.
Replacing face-to-face classroom interaction with online technology is unfamiliar territory for most educators.