If you are a licensed teacher wishing to specialize in reading instruction, you can earn a master’s degree with a concentration in reading. We recommend the Master of Science in Education with a Reading Teacher endorsement offered by Quincy University in partnership with National Teacher Education Center (NTEC).
The program is offered in a blended online format, with both online instruction and face-to-face seminars offered at convenient locations near you. The blended format allows you a flexible schedule during the day. As part of this 36-credit program, candidates will take the 24 credits required to earn a Reading Teacher endorsement. Learn more about the Master of Science in Education with Reading Teacher Endorsement.
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