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Online Bachelor's Degrees in Teaching

The majority of those who earn education degrees become kindergarten through twelfth grade (K-12) teachers. This includes elementary school teachers (typically grades one through five), junior high school teachers (usually grades six through eight) and high school teachers (commonly grades nine through twelve). Elementary school is often referred to as primary education, while junior high and high school are typically called secondary education. You can earn your teaching degree online or on-campus, but you must pass your state’s licensure exam before you can work as an educator.

Click on the "request info" button next to the accredited school of your choice to receive more information on specific bachelor's degrees in teaching programs.

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American College in Greece
Aghia Paraskevi, Greece
Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI
Aquinas College
Grand Rapids, MI
Augsburg College
Minneapolis, MN
Butler University
Indianapolis, IN
Calvin College
Grand Rapids, MI

Earn Your Bachelors in Teaching Online

All states now require kindergarten and elementary public school teachers to have a bachelor's degree in elementary education. Depending on the location, teachers might also be required to have a degree in the content area in which they teach, such as English, math or science.

Some school districts may require teachers to earn a master's degree. All teaching classes help equip future teachers with the latest methods for presenting information to children.

Job Growth for K-12 Teachers

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates about 17% job growth for K-12 teachers through 2020 – a pace that is as fast as average compared to all professions. While employment opportunities will vary depending on the location, the number of teachers is expected to increase due to lower teacher-student ratios and increases in enrollment.