News

  • Time Running Out to Enter 'New Teacher Survival Central' Sweepstakes

    December 09, 2010

    Eight days remain to enter the New Teacher Survival Central sweepstakes. The grand prize includes an all-expense paid trip to Costa Rica with New Teacher Survival Central Discovery Student Adventures , as well as a New Teacher Survival Prize Pack consisting of a Samsung N150 Netbook from American College of Education, an Elmer’s Classroom Prize Pack featuring a variety of classroom materials, and a DVD collection from Discovery Education.

  • American College of Education Honors Veterans in its Online Master’s in Education Program

    November 11, 2010

    American College of Education honors its military students this Veteran’s Day by featuring several of its students who are now serving in America’s classrooms. American College of Education accepts the GI Bill with a tuition that is actually below the maximum allowed by the VA.

  • Carondelet Leadership Academy Hires Mendez as Team Leader

    August 30, 2010

    Apryll Mendez has joined the new South St. Louis City-based Carondelet Leadership Academy (CLA) as team leader. CLA opened on August 23, 2010 as a charter elementary school operated by the Chicago-based American Quality Schools (AQS).

  • Indiana Teacher Wins "Dream Big" Sweepstakes

    June 30, 2010

    American College of Education today announced the winner of the Dream Big Scholarship Sweepstakes. As winner of the nationwide sweepstakes, Cindy Stahl of Fort Wayne, Indiana will receive a full scholarship for a master of education online degree program at American College of Education and a $500 gift certificate for educational materials from the Scholastic Teacher Store.

  • American College of Education Designated Yellow Ribbon School by Veterans Administration for Online Master's Degree Programs

    May 24, 2010

    Veterans who have chosen to serve this country again in America's classrooms are now assured access to online accredited affordable master's degrees in education and online programs that can be fully reimbursed by the Post 9-11 GI Bill. American College of Education has been designated a Yellow Ribbon school by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  • American College of Education Offers Tuition Grants to Teach for America Corps Members and Alumni

    May 12, 2010

    American College of Education, which offers high quality, online master's degree in education programs, is offering special tuition grants for Teach for America corps members and alumni.

  • Florida Charter School Teachers Can Save On Online Master's Degree in Education

    May 05, 2010

    Teachers who are members of the Florida Consortium of Public Charter Schools (FCPCS) now have a unique opportunity to complete an online master's degree at a reduced tuition rate.

  • Online Education Helps Reduce Carbon Footprint

    April 22, 2010

    American College of Education offers master's degree and online-accredited programs for educators and administrators seeking to expand their knowledge, enhance their earning potential and grow their career while contributing to conservation of natural resources.

  • Former ABCTE CEO Joins American College of Education as Vice-President of Development

    March 24, 2010

    American College of Education announces that David Saba, formerly with American Board Certification of Teacher Excellence (ABCTE), is the newest addition to its leadership team. Mr. Saba joins the College as its Vice President of Development. American College of Education is an accredited online college that provides master's degree programs in education nationally.

  • American College of Education Introduces New Master's-Level Concentrations for Educators

    March 17, 2010

    American College of Education announces the availability of two new concentrations for its M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction program: Digital Learning and Teaching and Implementing K-6 Common Core Mathematics Standards. The graduate degree programs are available beginning Oct. 17, 2011.