by American College of Education | March 10, 2014 INDIANAPOLIS
(March 10, 2014) —
American College of Education, a regionally accredited, online college offering advanced degree programs for working professionals, is pleased to support regional conferences provided by local educational groups. In March, American College of Education will attend both the Illinois Reading Council’s Building Bridges to Literacy Conference and the California Teachers Association’s Good Teaching Conference South.
“We are proud to support organizations that provide educational opportunities for teachers in all stages of their professions,” said American College of Education Interim President Shawntel Landry. “For a personal presentation on our programs, you can find our representatives at the March 13-15 IRC conference in Springfield, Illinois, and March 14-16 at the CTA conference in Anaheim, California.”
“We are proud to be the first online graduate school for educators that fulfills the promise of earning a quality, online degree on a teacher’s budget,” commented Landry. American College of Education offers a master’s degree program for less than $8,000 as well as many other certificates and programs. The college is known for high academic standards, innovative programs and efficient operations.
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American College of Education delivers affordable, online graduate programs that provide evidence-based content and relevant experiences to improve educators' knowledge, skills and performance. The college is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. www.ace.edu