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  1. Thanks so much! That's a helpful perspective. You're right...I do value the idea of 2 years of coursework more than accelerating it into 1 year. At the same time, getting into the system quicker and gaining full-time teaching experience is what will help me get a desirable teaching job one day. I have a tough decision ahead...
  2. Hi all, I'm looking to get into the Education field and am open in regards to location of school. I got into Peabody at Vanderbilt (M.Ed in Elementary Education) and GSE at University of Pennsylvania (M.S.Ed in Middle Level Education - focus on Literacy, with an option to switch to Elementary). Both of these schools are amazing - I visited them during Master's Visiting Days and am now torn between the two. If anyone, especially in the Education field, could provide some type of feedback or perspective it'd be most appreciated . Here is a general pros and cons list: Vandy Pros:
  3. Hi all, I'm looking to get into the Education field and am open in regards to location of school. I got into Peabody at Vanderbilt (M.Ed in Elementary Education) and GSE at University of Pennsylvania (M.S.Ed in Middle Level Education - focus on Literacy, with an option to switch to Elementary). Both of these schools are amazing - I visited them during Master's Visiting Days and am now torn between the two. If anyone, especially in the Education field, could provide some type of feedback or perspective it'd be most appreciated . Here is a general pros and cons list: Vandy Pros:
  4. Hello! I am applying to graduate degrees in Elementary Education and Secondary Education for the Fall 2014 semester (so apps are due in a couple of months). I have two sets of GRE scores which amount to the same thing but weigh out differently: From 2009: Qualitative = 570 (translates to about 158, 78%), Quantitative = 670 (translates to about 152, 49%), Writing = 4.5 (78%) From 2013: Qualitative = 154 (62%), Quantitative = 156 (65%), Writing = 5.5 (97%) As you can see, I have average scores that make the minimum requirement for getting admission into a graduate Education p
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