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Chief Growth Officer Salary and Job Description

Teachers everywhere are getting ready for a school year like none other. Whether returning to the classroom or teaching online the upcoming semester, thank you for your dedication.

This fall is also an ideal time to consider your own future. With online learning taking a front seat for so many busy adults in need of flexible education, why not get started on your online master’s degree in education? It’s the best way to keep moving forward toward your goals, and stay healthy and safe doing it.

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Teaching in Nebraska and the Midwest: License Requirements

Teachers are among the most important members of the workforce. They impart vital knowledge and prepare students to be good citizens and workers. Teachers are often the first role models young people encounter outside of their families, and many students cite teachers as having a significant, lasting positive impact on their lives. According to a 2018 survey by the Varkey Foundation, teachers are considered one of the top 10 most respected professions in the world.

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Educational Consultant Job Description and Salary

With a growing emphasis on academic achievement, test scores and preparation for postgraduate study, it is an exciting time for a career in educational consulting. Professionals in this field not only play an important role in assisting students with their educational planning, but in some instances they work directly with schools and universities to train faculty and improve their curricula and educational practices.

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Exploring a Career Path in Education Through Online Learning

Meet Dr. Gina Bittner, associate professor in the School of Education at Peru State College. A seasoned educator with nine years in public education, 15 years in higher education at Peru State and the author of children’s books, Dr. Bittner has a valuable perspective on pursuing a career path in education through online learning.

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Key Insights into Lifelong Learning and the Field of Education

Meet Dr. Kelly Kingsley, seasoned online instructor in the Master of Science in Education – Curriculum and Instruction program at Peru State College Online. With over 30 years in the teaching profession, with the past six years at the collegiate level, Dr. Kingsley shares her perspectives on lifelong learning, earning your master’s online and why teaching is “the best career you could ever have.”

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Benefits of a Master’s Degree in Education

Becoming an educator is one of the most noble career paths an individual can pursue. The role is so much more than just teaching students facts, figures and basic concepts. It’s about helping students discover their own pathway by guiding them, mentoring them, and connecting interpersonally with them. It’s about shaping the children of today into the successful adults of tomorrow.

Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4-8

Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4-8

This week we celebrate, even at a distance, National Teacher Appreciation Week, with Tuesday being the official Teacher Appreciation Day.

The week-long celebration happens every year in recognition of teachers and the contributions they make to education and society…

3 Top Reasons Teachers Pursue Their Master’s in Education

3 Top Reasons Teachers Pursue Their Master’s in Education

Teachers improve lives every day. Not a lot of other professions can say the same about directly influencing our future generation of leaders and contributors. But if you happen to be in this noble profession, what about you?

Earning a Master of Science in Education Could Boost Your Career

Why Earning A Master of Science in Education Could Be The Best Move for Your Career

Peru State College, Nebraska’s first college, is excited to announce a 20-year milestone in serving students 100 percent online.

The College’s early adaptation to online education in 1999 exemplifies the innovative backbone of a college founded more than 150 years ago and regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1915.