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Lower the Cost of Your Master of Education Degree

It takes a hungry mind, passion, and foresight to decide to pursue an MEd while working full time—not to mention a heart of gold, knowing that what you learn will benefit you and your students. That said, money shouldn’t be the reason you pump the brakes. At Concordia University-Portland, we understand that affordability is top... Read More


Health Tips for Teachers, by Teachers

We all know it’s important to live a healthy, balanced life, but what does that actually look like day-to-day as a teacher? Since March is National Nutrition Month, we asked some of Concordia’s MEd and EdD students and alums to share health tips that work for them in and out of their classrooms. Plan ahead... Read More

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5 Myths About Earning a Master of Education Online

It’s no surprise that online education has become extremely popular in recent years. In 2014, more than 5.7 million students were enrolled in online education, and that number has continued to soar. The appeal is obvious—flexibility and convenience—especially for working professionals like teachers. You can earn your MEd from anywhere in the world, on your... Read More

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