Why are we here?

More than half of U.S. public school teachers now hold an advanced degree — education levels and expectations of our educators, school administrators and counselors have never been higher. We’re here to help current and aspiring teachers compete in an increasingly difficult job market. Our services are simple:

Where should you start?

For most teachers, it is wise to complete their M.Ed. as early as possible — public school districts are beginning to require teachers to earn their master’s within five years of licensure. Districts without this requirement usually offer an automatic pay increase to instructors who hold the degree. Finally, graduate-level degrees like the M.Ed. are all but required of most school administrators and counselors.

If you have long-term dreams of working in education, it’s a great time to consider returning to school. Get started today!