For more than 125 years, the National College of Education at National Louis University has been the place to earn a degree for those who want to be educators making a difference in the classroom and at institutional and system-wide levels of leadership. Nearly 20% of all the Master's degrees in education earned throughout the state are completed at NLU's National College of Education.
NLU's National College of Education is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) http://www.ncate.org/.
If you are ready to move ahead in your education career, you might consider:M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision/Educational Leadership [+]
This program is for certified and experienced teachers who want to take on leadership roles, including principal positions, in K-12 educational settings.
This degree is for current and aspiring leaders who work within center-based early childhood programs and want to build their knowledge and administration skills in order to provide an optimal educational environment for young children.
Designed for school leaders who have completed their master's level work and who want to achieve advanced specialization in leadership, administration and supervision.
Designed for educators who want to create an optimal learning experience for each and every student, and lead in their schools, districts and other educational environments.
For students who want to move into administrative and supervisory positions at the school as well as district level, this doctoral program emphasizes leadership and management skills.
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