Understand the social context of urban schools, historical and contemporary reform efforts, and the challenges and possibilities of urban schooling by pursuing a master of education degree in urban education. This M.Ed program helps existing teachers become engaged practitioners and leaders by thinking critically about issues of policy and practice. You will learn to develop tools for creating change within your classroom and beyond.
Earn this degree at:
W.A. Lettinga - Grand Rapids
This M.Ed program requires 36 to 39 credits and can be completed in 18 months
This innovative teacher-training program focuses on student learning, prepares content experts in clinical settings and measures progress based on data
Our relationships with educational leaders across the region and beyond become your connections for the future
Coursework covers a variety of topics including how to implement a college- and career-ready curriculum as well as differentiating instruction in urban settings
If you are an aspiring educator seeking a teaching certification, you may qualify for our Certificate in Urban Education. Learn more about our Urban Education Certificate.
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