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5 M.Ed. Options for Future Leaders in the Field of Education

By Lana Whitehead on April 29, 2021 in Graduate School Resources

America’s education system is vulnerable.

Between budget cuts, decreasing standardized test performance in school districts, English language learners, and a national shortage of teachers, it’s apparent that our nation needs equipped and dedicated teachers, and our nation needs them now.

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Full-time Mom, Full-time Ph.D. Student — How This Mother Made It Work

By Kent State Admissions Team on April 21, 2021 in Graduate Student Stories, Graduate School Resources

Motherhood is filled with joys and challenges. For moms working towards a graduate degree, pursuing their dreams can introduce a whole new set of challenges as well as unexpected joys for those who are open to opportunities. 

Megan Odell-Scott is a full-time mom currently earning her Ph.D. in...

5 Non-Teaching Jobs in Education

By Kent State Admissions Team on April 7, 2021 in Graduate School Resources, Education

Maybe you’re passionate about the field of education — you see the challenges that America’s education system is facing, and you want to be a catalyst for impactful change.

Mentally Preparing for Graduate School — Tips for Upperclassmen

By Kent State Admissions Team on March 25, 2021 in Graduate School Resources

As a college student, you have a lot on your plate. You are navigating classes, homework, projects, a social life, personal responsibilities and so much more. 

When do you have time to prepare for graduate school? And what does mentally preparing for graduate school even look like?

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