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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions on your individual contract and specifics of this program please contact the SAU 29 HR office.