Top Master's in Education

The Complete Guide to Earning Your Master's in Education


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Why Become a Teacher?

Here's a few reasons to consider.

Median Salary

The median salary for an educator with a Master's of Education is $50,951 according to

Get Paid More

Why not do the same job for more pay? The national average for a teacher with a MEd is $7,500 more than having just a Bachelor's. 

State Requirements

Currently, there are 33 states (plus Washing DC) that require all teachers to have earned a Master's in Education or Master's in Teaching degree.

Lots of Options

Find your own specialty among 25 different education degree program specializations for you to choose from.

Find Meaning

Teachers from across all spectrums have a very high job satisfaction rate, ranging from 85% to 96% depending on their specific area.