Online Degree Portal, Universities.com, Encourages Educators to Earn a Specialist's Degree
Universities.com prompts educators to earn what they are worth by adding an education specialist's degree to their resume.
NORCROSS, GA, September 17, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Universities.com knows that it takes hard work to become a teacher and that most teachers are underpaid for what they do. Without earning a master's in education online, many teachers can find it difficult to move into administration or other specialty fields within the school system. Worse yet, they often find it hard to get paid what they deserve.
Many online universities, available through the online portal at Universities.com, offer the perfect solution. With an online specialist degree in education, teachers can move into school counseling, teaching English as a Second Language, curriculum development and administrative jobs such as principal and school superintendent.
The goal of an education specialist degree is to differentiate between those committed to improving the school system and making it work like a smoothly oiled machine and those who teach. Teachers are great; but the education specialist's degree is a path to administrative leadership.
For the teachers, pursuing a degree as an education specialist opens the door to more opportunities and better ways to serve the school. Earning a specialist in education degree online allows teachers the scheduling flexibility they need while still giving them the education that will help them to further their careers. Traditional night classes have less flexibility, but they are also an excellent option for teachers who prefer a more traditional classroom learning experience.
At Universities.com, students can match their interests to the online degree program that best suits their needs, whether it is an online doctorate in education or a summer course to further their education.
"There is an increasing need for education specialists," says Paul Moses, president of Universities.com. "Our educational system is becoming more diverse and specialized, so teachers need to be prepared to adapt to those changes."
Learn more about earning a specialist degree in education online at http://www.universities.com.
Universities.com has a simple mission: to connect people with the information they need to make the best decision about which colleges and universities are the best fit for their educational needs. Since 1995, over 30 million potential students have used Universities.com to find information about online universities and schools. With a wide variety of colleges online and worldwide included in the website's database, the right school is just a click away!
Learn more about becoming an education specialist at http://www.universities.com.
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