Learn to work with diverse student populations, think critically, and engage actively with educational technologies.
Our high school programs feature instruction in the subject areas as well as in adolescent development, assessment, learning communities, literacy, teaching English language learners, technology, literacy for diverse learners, and more. Through our comprehensive assessment system,
we offer continuous assistance in your progress toward state and
professional competencies, and feedback that allows you to refine your
efforts throughout your program.
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