Teachers' Treasures

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Share Common Goal of Supporting Local Educators

Teachers’ Treasures obtains and distributes school supplies free to teachers of students in need. In summer of 2015, ACE and Teachers’ Treasures recognized our common goal of providing resources and training for local educators to better support students in the classroom.

In 2016, Teachers’ Treasures and ACE expanded their partnership, which is dedicated to building awareness and support to help educators in Marion County. ACE served as the platinum sponsor of the Circle City Donut Dash and donated three scholarships at Dream Big, the largest fundraising event for Teachers’ Treasures. ACE was also an active participant at Teachers’ Treasures during Teacher Appreciation Week.

ACE is proud to be the exclusive partner of Teachers’ Treasures to provide online advanced degrees, and is the fourth largest conferrer of master of education degrees in the US.* We understand you have limited resources for professional development and obtaining an advanced degree. ACE was founded on the tenets of affordability, flexibility, specialization, and appreciation. These tenets help educators like yourself gain access to programs that build skill sets and greater confidence in the classroom.

To learn more about ACE and the programs we offer, simply fill out the form to the right. You may also be eligible for reduced tuition grants should your district participate in the ACE District Partnership program.  Talk to us today!

*Based on 2012-13 Conferred Degrees IPEDS data: http://nces.ed.gov/IPEDS/datacenter

"By earning an ACE master's degree, I feel more prepared to teach. My degree has prepared me to teach other educators about technology and how to integrate it into their own classrooms."

- Sara Lowe

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