Today's students are tomorrow's teachers and leaders. Learn how to help them succeed at every age and learning level. Gordon College’s School of Education offers undergraduate and graduate programs that lead to licensure, and we are nationally recognized for preparing teachers in the science of reading instruction. Tap into your abilities as a planner, problem solver, classroom manager and master collaborator through the education programs.
Massachusetts is #1 in the nation for education
Massachusetts is in the top 10 highest-paying states for teachers
122 combined years of faculty experience in classrooms
Start and end in the classroom
Undergraduate education majors are in local classrooms all four years, earning more than 100 hours of experience even before beginning full-time student-teaching.
We call this the Gordon Education Advantage:
On the side, you’ll enjoy extensive publishable research opportunities with faculty, opportunities to attend education conferences, and short international teaching experiences.
You’re already in high demand
At Gordon we can’t produce teaching graduates fast enough. Education faculty routinely receive calls from principals and superintendents asking if there are more Gordon education alumni we can send their way. And Gordon grads graduates earn “exemplary” job performance ratings at over twice the state average.
of grads would recommend Gordon’s education program to others.
of 2018 graduates strongly agree that their experience in this program prepared them to be effective educators.
Affordable, flexible preparation for MA educator licensure
With 36 concentrations, Gordon’s graduate education programs help students earn initial and professional licenses for teaching and administration as well as deepen their practice through targeted training programs and personalized advising.
Assistant Professor of Education
"Mindy has spent more than six years in India as a special education consultant and inclusion specialist. Prior to working in India, Mindy was a special education teacher in the Hartford Public Schools. Her research interests include math learning disabilities, transition, early intervention in mathematics, teachers' perceptions of mathematics, and the use of professional development to improve math instruction."
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