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Master of Education - Instructional Leadership & Reading

Candidates of the Masters of Education in Instructional Leadership with Reading have the opportunity to focus their graduate studies on reading as well as instructional leadership. The reading concentration courses prepares learners to understand the reading process and to demonstrate mastery in increasing students’ reading performance through the prescription and utilization of appropriate strategies and materials based upon scientifically based reading research. Students in our online masters degree programs in education will learn to address the prevention, identification, and remediation of reading difficulties.

This program is designed to meet the continuing education and professional development needs of public and private k-12 school educators. Licensure, certification and/or endorsement in reading is a function of each individual state’s Department of Education. Candidates are responsible for understanding and meeting all requirements for licensure or certification. The eligibility and application process for licensure or certification is separate and apart from Saint Leo University’s application and degree requirements for a M.Ed. with a concentration in instructional leadership.

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