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Marlboro College Graduate Center

MAT in Teaching for Social Justice

Marlboro College Graduate Center, Marlboro, Vermont


Overview


Become a teacher devoted to social equity and inclusion--in one transformational year.

Address

2582 South Road
Marlboro, Vermont, 05344, United States


Academics

Summary

The program focuses on understanding and integrating social justice content, and a pedagogy that meets the needs of all learners. A full year school placement prepares our students practically and academically for the dynamic relationships of today’s K-12 environment. Licensed teachers are welcome to apply.

Academic Fields
    Curriculum and Instruction.
    Elementary Education and Teaching.
    Junior High/Intermediate/Middle School Education and Teaching.
    Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education.
Degrees
    Master's, MA, Master of Arts in Teaching for Social Justice
    Formats

    Full Time, Evening or Weekend

    Keywords

    social justice, teaching, k-12


    Admissions

    Summary
    Participants in the program include educators, activists, paraprofessionals, and more; in common they all share a love of working with children and a commitment to creating a better world.
    Academic Backgrounds
      Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Other.
      Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies.
      Youth Services/Administration.

    Contacts

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    Kelley Barton

    Admissions Counselor
    kbarton@gradschool.marlboro.edu
    (802) 258-9209