Education: Teacher Leadership

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
Local:$ 7.94 k / program Foreign:$ 13.4 k / program Deadline: Feb 1, 2025
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The intended audience for this concentration is:

* people who are or will be working as a teacher educator in a college or university setting;
* people who are responsible for professional development of educators, such as curriculum coaches, coordinators of curriculum and instruction, or subject-area coordinators; and
* principals and leaders of organizations who want to know more about professional development and practitioner educational opportunities that lead to improvement.


* Leadership I
* Learners & Learning I
* Inquiry I
* Social Contexts I
* Leadership II
* Learners & Learning II
* Inquiry II
* Social Contexts II
* Models of Professional Development and Change
* Sustaining Practitioner Change
* Teacher leadership Inquiry
* Educating Teachers


Official transcripts, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation. One letter of recommendation is expected from a supervisor or former supervisor and one from a professor, a former professor, or someone who can assess the candidate's potential for academic work. Applicants are required to have a masters' degree.

GRE General

Please answer the following questions in your personal statement:

* What do you hope to learn from participating in Rutgers' Ed.D. program?
* How will participating in this program advance your career?
* What experience do you bring to the program that will help you succeed in and benefit other students?

Please describe one experience in your professional life where you made a major contribution. What did you do and why? What helped or hindered you, and what were the outcomes?

English Language Requirements

TOEFL paper-based test score : 550 TOEFL iBT® test: 79


Students finance their education in several ways, including fellowships, scholarships, and assistantships offered by the GSE. In addition, GSE students may be eligible for awards provided by Rutgers. Funding for graduate education is also available from external sources.



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