Earning a Master of Education with the PreK-12 Reading Instruction Endorsement creates additional opportunities for an educator’s career choices. A reading specialist’s primary duty is to work one-on-one or in small group settings with students who are having difficulty reading at their grade level. They are frequently found working in grades K-6 but may also work with older students and adults. Reading specialists share responsibility with teachers for assessing students’ reading abilities, identifying deficiencies, and creating reading intervention plans and strategies for students selected for additional reading instruction.
The demand for teachers is constant and employment growth is high. With an ever-increasing need to support literacy from pre-school to adult, some of the opportunities for Master’s graduates with the PreK-12 Reading Instruction Endorsement include:
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Earning the PreK-12 Reading Instruction Endorsement Graduate Certificate creates additional opportunities for an educator’s career choices. The demand for teachers is constant and employment growth is high. With an ever-increasing need to support literacy from pre-school to adult, some of the opportunities for graduates with the PreK-12 Reading Instruction Endorsement Certificate include:
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The promotion of literacy and language education is one of the great callings! Fewer missions are more effective than teaching people to read and communicate. Some of the professional opportunities for MEd LSLS graduates are:
Courses taken prior to admission into the graduate certificate program may be eligible for transfer into the program, if taken within 5 years prior to admission and if approved by the program faculty. Official paperwork is required and the appropriate forms may be obtained from the Director of Graduate Studies.
To maintain active status in the program, students must register for at least one credit every academic year. Degree requirements must be completed within 5 years of the date of admission. Practicum coursework cannot be transferred into the program and up to (9) semester credit hours can be transferred into the program upon approval of the department.
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