Teachers As Agents of Change

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of USC. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am considering returning to school for a teaching degree. The University of Southern California is offering a Master of Arts in Teaching. USC's Rossier School of Education (MAT@USC) has a degree plan that combines innovative technology, field-based experiences and an interactive online environment for new and veteran educators. The Roy Romer Teaching Fellowship is open to teachers who want to attend MAT@USC. Federal loan forgiveness programs are also available to prospective teachers.

The Rossier School of Education ranks #22 in the United States and #9 among all private universities (US News and World Report). The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education recognized Rossier and the MAT@USC for innovative use of technology in education (Emory University News Release – Irvine).

Primary and secondary education is changing and teachers will be the agents of change. If you want to make a difference--the way that teachers do--enroll today. To apply, you must have a bachelors’ degree from an accredited institution. Then, you complete the online application, submit two recommendation letters with an essay . . . If you complete the paperwork by July 26, you could be starting school in September!

For program information about the USC Trojan Family, please read the MAT@USC Blog or look for the technology overview video on site.

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