“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future."
- Franklin D. Roosevelt
Do you have a desire to improve your knowledge of reading instruction? Are you interested in providing professional development in reading instruction to other K-12 teachers in your school or school district? If so, then this 30-hour graduate degree program is right for you.
This advanced teacher preparation program leads to a Type 10 Reading Specialist certificate, and prepares experienced K-12 teachers for effective performance in a variety of teaching and coaching roles in reading education. Graduates move into leadership positions in schools and school districts, and use their knowledge to improve teaching and learning in diverse classroom settings.
Take a look through the program in our online catalog for specific academic requirements, or attend an Information Session for more information.
The partnership between Roosevelt University and Scholastic RED allows practicing educators to register to receive three semester hours of graduate credit per Scholastic RED course from Roosevelt University. Roosevelt University has campuses in Chicago, IL and in Schaumburg, IL. View available course options.
A maximum of six-semester hours (two courses) of graduate credit will be granted by Roosevelt University for completed Scholastic RED coursework.
The College of Education is excited to announce the Dean's Leadership and Literacy Scholarship available to all new, qualified students in our MA programs in Educational Leadership, Teacher Leadership, or Reading. This scholarship applies to two program courses per term and does not require a scholarship application.
Students admitted for Masters Degree Program for Fall 2012
Click here to view the Program of Study.
Dr. Margaret Policastro
Director, Language and Literacy
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