Our education master's degree, certificate, and licensure programs offer rigorous study, continuous assessment, and field experiences.Learn More »
Get direct, sustained field experience through our full-time, school-based teacher residency programs. Most can be completed in just over a year.Learn More »
Engage in meaningful scholarship, deepen your expertise, and gain leadership credentials with one of our PhD program specializations.Learn More »
Our online Master of Education and certificate programs are taught by faculty who are expert in subject matter, teaching online, and continuous student engagement.Learn more »
Our Center for Reading Recovery/Literacy Collaborative, Mathematics Achievement Center, and Special Education Center provide resources and opportunities for professional development. We also offer workshops and special events.Learn More »
With over 35,000 alumni, the Graduate School of Education has a long-standing tradition of producing highly qualified and effective teachers who are in high demand by school districts nationwide.Learn More »
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Learn about MA Educator Licensure
Attend our April 8 open house: 10 am
Makerspace directors interviewed for Harvard Graduate School of Education's "ScratchEd"
Alumna Sydney Chaffee ('07) is one of four finalists for national Teacher of the Year Award
Sue Cusack's passion for equity, access, and opportunity for every student shows in her work with the Lesley STEAM partnership and Makerspaces at Lesley and in several local elementary schools.
David Nurenberg is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Education.
Nicole Weber is director of the online Science in Education program.
Pursue a passion for teaching, community arts, or educational studies. Begin or advance your career. Attend our open house to get information about our Master's and PhD programs and the supports we offer that will lead to program success.
If you want to become or advance as an educator or pursue a doctorate, come learn about our degree and certificate programs, as well as our many student support services. Tuesdays at 10 am, Porter Square, Cambridge.
June through November, 2016: attend one of our information sessions to learn about off-campus graduate education programs, which offer courses that meet one weekend a month at an off-campus location.