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SAU 29 Masters of Ed collaboration initiative

A Graduate Education Matters!

Keene State College is collaborating with SAU 29 and other local districts on graduate program options as a member of the Regional School Leadership Consortium.

Discover your potential through nationally accredited Master’s and Post-Master’s Educational Leadership programs leading to Principal certification, or a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction for teacher leaders.

Did you know…

  • Effective July 1, 2019, teachers in the Keene School District are eligible to receive $7,500 upon completion of a Master’s Degree
  • Candidates from consortium member school districts are eligible to receive the last course in their program for free
  • If you are a cooperating professional of a KSC student teacher, you are eligible to use your voucher for course credit
  • District funds are available for graduate course cost reimbursement

Convenient schedules for classroom teachers. Late afternoon, evening, and weekend classes. Summer courses can be part of week-long intensive institute or spread throughout the summer. Many courses have an online component.

Why does a graduate education matter?

  • Increase your knowledge and skills
  • Move up the pay scale
  • Add a certification
  • Expand career flexibility

For more information visit https://www.keene.edu/academics/graduate/education/

If you have any questions or wish to discuss these graduate program options, contact Steve Bigaj at Keene State College at (603) 358-2872 or sbigaj@keene.edu.

For questions on your individual contract and specifics of this program please contact the SAU 29 HR office.

Contact Graduate Studies

229 Main Street
Mail Stop 2701
Keene, New Hampshire 03435
GraduateStudies@keene.edu
☎ 603-358-2378