Remember that Walden’s Title IV Code is 025042.
The program’s cutting-edge curriculum connects students with nationally recognized education experts, researchers, and scholars.
We are continually evaluating our curriculum to address the changing landscape of teaching, which is why our education master’s program includes a strong emphasis on the following four themes:
Classroom access is strongly recommended for students enrolled in this master’s degree program. Educators who do not have such access must find a student or group of students to work with when asked to apply their new knowledge and reflect on the results. Students without classroom access will not be given alternative assignments.
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The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the standard of excellence in professional preK–12 education.
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