patricknehistory Posted October 8, 2013 Share Posted October 8, 2013 Hello, I have been endlessly searching for fully funded masters programs in history and education in the New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts area and have not found much. When I graduate with my bachelors degree in history and social sciences with teacher certification, I hope to become a secondary school teacher and then pursue a masters program in the evening. Does anyone have insight into where there are fully funded masters programs in either history or education in the aforementioned region? If not, does anyone know of Ph.D or Ed.D (fully funded since funded Ed.Ds are hard to come by) programs in which I would be able to pursue by taking evening classes while still continuing my job as a teacher? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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