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MAE Elementary Education for Teacher Leaders


The Teacher Leader programs are designed to empower teachers to address authentic needs in classroom management, differentiated instruction, and most importantly improve student learning. Teacher leaders are essential in leading schools to overcome student barriers to learning, particularly those that emerge from high-need environments. Placing highly trained teachers who are prepared for systemic change and leadership in schools will help close achievement gaps, facilitate learning for all students, and develop equitable practices to meet the needs of diverse learners.

  • To directly impact student learning
  • To include a Professional Education Core rooted in Pedagogy, Leadership, and Content applicable to all programs of study in teaching
  • To allow individualized programs based on the candidates' professional learning goals

Program Information

 

To learn more about WKU Graduate School and the M.A.E. in Teacher Leadership (Elementary Education), view the Graduate Catalog. To take the next step on your climb to the top, apply today!

For more information about the program, fill out the form below.

 


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Western Kentucky University does not guarantee a job to graduates upon completion of any program.

 



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 Last Modified 10/15/20