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The more Linda Kaye Wingfield talked to her fellow nurses, the more she found they already had master’s degrees. “Some of that was by choice
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Crystal London was born to be in the classroom. “I enjoy being in school as much as I love teaching it,” she said. “After gaining
After working as a nurse educator for almost 30 years at Louisiana’s Northwestern State University (NSU), Ann Deshotels found herself at a turning point in
Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) is an approach that aims to achieve communicative rather than linguistic competence through learner interaction. Born in the 1980s, this strategy
Nursing and teaching may run in her family, but this nurse educator is combining her expertise in both areas to multiply her impact. Stacy Austin
While living just north of Detroit, Janelle Bross decided to earn her doctorate without ever leaving her living room. She enrolled in the Ed.D. in
Educational leaders who can solve real-world problems by applying theoretical knowledge to practical experiences are in high demand. School and district leaders seek qualified specialists
A doctoral degree in curriculum and instruction will prepare you for leadership roles in various settings, at all levels and areas of education. Experienced Educators
Nine years, three college degrees. Yantea Ingram completed that impressive run by graduating from the online Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a
When COVID-19 shut down in-person learning, Samantha Hughes needed something to occupy her abundance of downtime. She found it by enrolling in the Master of
Even the most qualified special education teachers can use a helping hand when parents have developmental questions about their child. Well-prepared professionals who specialize in
When Anna King found out that she could earn a master’s degree online, she chose to return to her alma mater for it. King is
Students with disabilities and special needs face limitations and challenges that require assistance in both educational programming and school support. Part of that support includes
Even the youngest children can be diagnosed with physical or mental conditions that may result in developmental delays and a negative impact on their education.
Every year more colleges and universities are offering advanced degrees in online programs, making it possible for working professionals to boost their careers with a
Chelsea Craig struck while the iron was hot after graduating from the University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish in 2018.
Dakena Nelson held the University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) nursing program in high regard long before she became a student. Now, she speaks about it
There isn’t much that Elizabeth Carlisle loves more than being a nurse and living in a small town, but that has never stopped her from
When West Monroe native Emily DeRousse McGarvey was ready to return to college for a master’s degree, she had trouble finding the right program. “It
When Krista Redmond was a child, she went from one classroom at school to another one at home. “I was that little girl who lined
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