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Reading Endorsement

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The Reading Endorsement program provides you with an endorsement to add to your credentials with an immersive focus on the teaching of reading. This three-course program is a requirement for the Master of Education in Early Childhood Education and is available for those enrolled in graduate studies. The curriculum is designed to help you enhance literacy instruction and practices inside the classroom.

Industry Highlights

Reading specialists focusing on curriculum development make an average annual salary of $60,050 and have job growth prospects of 23% between 2008 and 2018.

- Learn.org

Career Opportunities

  • Reading Specialization
  • Literacy Coaching
  • Leadership Roles
  • Education Advancement

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of the in-depth study of reading and writing, as well as the low student-to-teacher ratio for more personalized educational experiences.


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