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Classroom teachers and professionals in different areas of the education system often enroll in K–12 graduate certificate programs to update their skills, increase their effectiveness, and advance their careers as educators. Some Classroom teachers and professionals in different areas of the education system often enroll in K–12 graduate certificate programs to update their skills, increase their effectiveness, and advance their careers as educators. Some online certificate programs may serve as credit toward a master’s degree, potentially decreasing tuition cost and completion time.
Even though there are many types of certificate programs for educators, these four were chosen as a high-level overview of key graduate certificates designed to help you become a more accomplished educator. Each provides updated tools and knowledge for successfully handling the complex challenges of today’s K–12 learning environment:
The job market for instructional coordinators is projected to increase by 13% between 2012 and 2022. The growth is a response to an increased emphasis on teachers’ accountability for their students’ achievements. As states and school districts implement accountability measures, instructional coordinators will be evaluating and improving curricula, as well as mentoring teachers. In 2012, the median salary was $60,050, while the median salary for the top 10% was $93,500.
The projected job growth rate for teachers from 2012 to 2022 ranges from a high of 13% for kindergarten teachers (2012 median salary of $50,120) to a low of 6% for high school teachers (2012 median salary of $55,050).
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*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014–2015 Edition, Instructional Coordinators, High School Teachers, Middle School Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Kindergarten Teachers, on the Internet at www.bls.gov/ooh/home.htm.
Walden University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, www.hlcommission.org.
Find information on costs, occupation types, completion rates, and median loan debt for these programs at www.WaldenU.edu/programdata.
Walden offers both state-approved educator licensure programs as well as programs and courses that do not lead to licensure or endorsements. Prospective students must review their state licensure requirements prior to enrolling. For more information, please refer to www.WaldenU.edu/educlicensure.
Prospective Alabama students: Contact the Teacher Education and Certification Division of the Alabama State Department of Education at 1-334-242-9935 or www.alsde.edu to verify that these programs qualify for teacher certification, endorsement, and/or salary benefits.
Prospective Washington state students are advised to contact the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction at 1-360-725-6275 or firstname.lastname@example.org to determine whether Walden’s programs in the field of education are approved for teacher certification or endorsements in Washington state. Additionally, teachers are advised to contact their individual school district as to whether this program may qualify for salary advancement.