Online Master's Degree in Teaching - K-12 Education

Most of those who enter the education field become kindergarten through twelfth grade (K-12) teachers. This includes elementary school teachers (typically first through fifth grades), junior high school teachers (usually sixth through eighth grades) and high school teachers (commonly ninth through twelfth grades). Nowadays, K-12 teachers are often strongly encouraged to pursue an on-campus or online Master’s Degree in Education within a few years of entering the field.

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Enhance Your Career with a Master's in Teaching Online

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.

Degree Spotlight - Master's Degree in Secondary Education

All 50 states require K-12 teachers to have at least a bachelor's degree, and some states require teachers to earn a master's degree in education after earning their teacher certificate. Earning a master's in teaching also qualifies teachers for the top positions in their profession and can prepare them for administrative jobs, including becoming principals or instructional coordinators.