Strengthen your content knowledge, pedagogical skills, curriculum theory and development, and understanding of students with language and learning differences.
The foundation of school success is the quality of the curriculum and standards of instruction. This is where school leaders make their mark—on both their schools and their students. We offer a range of Curriculum and Instruction programs that enable experienced educators to add to their repertoires and expand their knowledge. Licenses are for Massachusetts.
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For her elementary level teaching work in Wisconsin, MEd in Curriculum and Instruction alumna Amy Kupsh won a 2014 Golden Apple Award. Read her story and watch a short video »