Augsburg University is accepting applications for a new Master of Arts in Education program that offers a non-licensure track for teachers and educators looking to enhance their skills within and beyond the classroom. This program includes 30–31 credit hours and can be completed in less than two years. Students have the opportunity to choose from two concentrations: Culture and Community, which focuses on the tools educators need to navigate complex systems and co-construct curriculum with their students, and Community Engaged Learning, which looks at the problems students, schools, and communities face when seeking meaningful change.
[Web extra]: Go to augsburg.edu/gpe to learn more about the Master of Arts in Education.
[Top image]: Kelly Holstine ’11 MAE—2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year