• American College of Education Announces Alumni Scholarship Program Allowing Graduates to Assist New Students

    August 16, 2011

    "Teachers helping teachers" defines the new Alumni Scholarship Program announced today by American College of Education. Sponsored by the college's Alumni Association, the Alumni Scholarship Program allows ACE degree program graduates to gift tuition scholarships to fellow educators.

  • Back-to-School Scholarships from American College of Education total $348,000

    August 09, 2011

    The cost of earning a master's degree from the American College of Education is now more affordable than ever. Teachers across the country who begin one of the college's online master's degree programs during the Fall semester beginning September 5th will earn a $580 Back-to-School Scholarship to apply towards their tuition.

  • G.I. Jobs magazine names American College of Education Military Friendly School for 2012

    July 20, 2011

    American College of Education has been honored by G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military Friendly School for 2012 due to its "steadfast commitment to educating our great nation's military veterans, which will enable the United States to prosper for generations to come." This distinction places American College of Education among the top schools in the country. The college has been the recipient of this award in the past.

  • 6th Largest Graduate School of Education Relocating from Illinois to Indiana

    June 07, 2011

    American College of Education (ACE), an academic institution that provides online graduate degrees for working educators seeking advanced degrees, announced today that it will move its main campus from Chicago to Indianapolis, creating up to 40 new jobs by 2014.

  • American College of Education Student Among Teacher of the Year Finalists

    April 01, 2011

    American College of Education graduate D. Craig Andrysczyk, a fifth-grade mathematics and science teacher at Oak Pointe Elementary School in Lexington/Richland School District 5, is among five finalists in the South Carolina's State Teacher of the Year Program. Andrysczyk, who is referred to as "Math Daddy," said he became a teacher because he was a struggling student growing up and a number of teachers in his home state of Wisconsin took time with him, which inspired his choice of profession. In order to help others as he was helped, he teaches from the back of the classroom so he can identify struggling students and guide them.

  • American College of Education Student Honored as Hero by American Red Cross

    March 29, 2011

    The American Red Cross of Greater Chicago will honor Daniel Coyne with the Adult Good Samaritan Award at its 2011 Heroes Breakfast Award winners on Thursday, April 14, at the Fairmont Hotel in Chicago, IL.

  • 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.