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PhD in Educational Studies application date: February 15, 2017
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Alumna Sydney Chaffee ('07) is one of four finalists for national Teacher of the Year Award
Benjamin Mardell directs and teaches in the early childhood education program in the Graduate School of Education.
Danielle Legros Georges, poet, essayist, author, and translator, has been named Boston's new poet laureate.
Amy Rutstein-Riley directs the Adult Learning Specialization of the PhD Program in Educational Studies.
For students and prospective students of Initial educator license programs: we offer a variety of workshops, study tips, and other resources as you plan to take MA Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL).
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.