Ed.S. - Education Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction

Experienced teachers who want to explore the field of curriculum may want to consider LaGrange College's Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) degree in Curriculum and Instruction:

  • Develop the theoretical knowledge and practical strategies needed to participate in the curriculum change process.
  • Discover how the relationship between policy and curriculum affects instructional planning, design and evaluation decisions.
  • Advance as a curriculum leader while still retaining classroom responsibilities.

Earn your degree in just 14 months

  • Classes start in June and finish in July of the following year.


Meet current Ed.S. students

Hope Sims: Becoming a better teacher-leader
As a new teacher, Hope Sims ’13 decided to immediately pursue a master’s degree. Now, she’s working on her Education Specialist in Teacher Leadership. “Earning an Ed.S. will not only increase my salary,” she says, “it will prepare me with the skills to better serve my school, better mentor other teachers, and solve the kinds of problems a classroom teacher faces every day. LaGrange makes earning an advanced degree both convenient and rewarding.”
Hope Sims ’13

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Nigel Walker While earning my Education Specialist degree from LaGrange College, I was encouraged to take ownership in the classroom, and that was important to me. Today, I'm teaching the way I wish that I had been taught when I was in middle school… showing my students that I'm a regular person who's trying to help them get to the next step in their lives through an education.
Nigel Walker
 
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