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Master of Education in Educational Leadership

American College of Education



This online Master of Education in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education has been created to develop leaders who can build inclusive communities that support learning for all students in cultures of continuous improvement.

Throughout the course of this online degree in educational leadership, students will learn the advanced leadership skills that are needed for meeting the demands placed on school leaders and provide the tools and knowledge base necessary to empower meaningful reform and improvement in their schools.

The online educational leadership courses in this program will cover a number of topics, including:

  • Classroom Management: Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments
  • Strengthening Literacy: Implementing Solutions for School-wide Effective Reading Instruction
  • Diverse Learners: Developing Classrooms to Support Learning for All Students
  • Assessment for Learning: Mastering Assessment Tools for Improving Curriculum and Instruction
  • Informed Research: Systematically Identifying, Using, and Communicating Data to Improve Schools
  • Community Engagement: Building Community Partnerships for Learning
  • Curriculum & Instructional Design with Emphasis on Multicultural Classrooms
  • Professional Learning: Developing Communities of Practice
  • Law and Policy: Understanding and Influencing the Larger Context of Schooling
  • School Improvement: Facilitating Change and School Transformation
  • Developing Teachers: Recruiting, Retaining, and Supporting Effective Teachers
  • Resource Management: Securing and Allocating Resources for Learning

Through current, effective content, the College's Educational Leadership program successfully combines educational leadership theory and real world practice, equipping all students with learning and application of "what works" in schools.

The Master of Education in Educational Leadership degree program can be completed in 18 months.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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