Earn a Master of Education in Bilingual Education
At American College of Education we believe in teachers and the inspirational role that they play. It’s something we’ve demonstrated since we opened 10 years ago. Our sole focus is Education degrees, and all of our core professors have both a doctorate degree and current classroom experience. Because we leverage technology, our tuition is realistic and affordable. We know that the more you learn, the more your students learn.
The M.Ed in Bilingual Education will better equip you with the tools to help bilingual students succeed. Candidates are prepared to strengthen students’ native languages while building English language proficiency and mastery of grade-level academic content. You will examine research in the areas of literacy, focus on first and second language acquisition, and transfer of content knowledge between first and second languages.
The program will equip you to better understand how to create rich and varied teaching resources for use in a bilingual teaching environment, while simultaneously teaching academic content to help students meet and exceed state academic standards.
100% of American College of Education’s programs take place online, providing easy access to your coursework and resources whenever you are available!
- 13 courses (37 semester credits) tailored to Bilingual Education
- Small class sizes to ensure personalized attention
- High-quality instruction from veteran teachers
- Lower cost tuition than comparable programs
- 100% online, 24/7 access
This certificate enables teachers to incorporate English as a New Language Standards established by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).
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What our students say about ACE
“I was a kindergarten teacher before ACE. Since I earned my master’s degree, I am now grade level chairperson and PTA Coordinator. I have always wanted to be a teacher who understands the newest practices and strategies — the best teacher possible. Since graduating from ACE, I am.”
— Denise Steudlein, M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction, February 2011 Commencement