About TeachingDegree.org

TeachingDegree.org is your source for bringing you the best information and tools about getting a teaching degree. Get tips and statistics on what you need to know in order for you to succeed in this field!

About our data: Our school data -- including graduation rate, tuition, and financial aid rate -- was compiled using the most recent information from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), which is a resource maintained by the National Center for Education Statistics. The newest information available is for the 2011-2012 school year, with some individual data points from the 2012-2013 school year. All of the data for IPEDS is reported by individual institutions during survey years.

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What makes you an authority on teaching and online education? TeachingDegree.org is dedicated to providing well researched resources to those interested in pursuing a career in education. Each of our articles undergoes a diligent review process to ensure that our published content is free of errors. The school data you find on our site is sourced from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), which is managed by the National Center for Education Statistics.
Do you offer programs students can enroll directly in? No, TeachingDegree.org does not offer degrees or programs for students to enroll in. Our mission is to provide students and teaching professionals resources that help them find the right course of study for their needs. In each of our teaching degree guides, you’ll find a directory of schools offering that program for your convenience.
What kind of resources do you offer students? On our site, we dive into all the different degree programs that fall under the education umbrella – from early childhood education to educational administration to special education. For each, we’ve created guides that break down the academic path to earning that specific degree. Entry requirements, licensure and certification information, and degree-specific scholarship opportunities are among the information you’ll find in each of these articles. In addition, general resources that help students prepare for college and identify financial aid opportunities are available on our site. Last, but not least, everything on TeachingDegree.org is always free to use.
What other information can you provide about your site? TeachingDegree.org has been cited by educational institutions, publications, and other organizations that value the role of educators. Hanover College, Battlefield High School, and Project Learn of Summit County are among those who’ve shared our work. We’re excited about our research and getting it in front of those who would benefit from it most: current and prospective educators. Thank you for your help!
You are a .org -- does that mean you are non-profit? No, we are not.
What are featured schools? Can my school be featured? The "sponsored" or "featured" schools across our site are those that have partnered with us for referrals. If you are interested in partnering with us, please contact contact@teachingdegree.org.
Are you incentivized to sign people up for college? When users request information about programs offered through sponsored schools on our site, we may be compensated for the referral. None of our editorial content is influenced by our relationships with sponsored schools.
Do you have an advertising policy?

Advertising Information: As part of our effort to help prospective students find the best school and program for their individual needs, we sometimes feature information that comes directly from various partner schools and institutions -- or "Sponsored Schools" -- around the country. When students opt to receive information from these schools through our site, we may be compensated. Any such schools will be labeled with tags like "Featured" or "Sponsored." However, it is the duty of the institutions themselves to ensure that this information is both up to date and accurate, and we do not verify or confirm any of the information prior to publication.

In addition, we do not represent that any of the school listings featured on our website are complete or exhaustive lists of available programs, resources, etc.

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Can you better explain your relationship with HigherEducation.com? We are owned and operated by HigherEducation.com.
Where does your data come from? The data we use on our site comes from all types of reputable sources, most often government databases or educational reports. Tuition and enrollment information, job projections, and salary figures, for example, are typically sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The school data you find on our site comes from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), which is managed by the NCES. Content on our site is audited regularly and statistics used throughout our pages are up to date to the best of our knowledge.
Is your content copyrighted and can we share it in a different form? All of our resources are free to share; however, we kindly ask that you link back to TeachingDegree.org when using or disseminating any of the content featured on our site.
What should I do if I want to contribute to your site? We're happy to receive contributions from those who have a passion for education and expertise in the field. If you're interested in writing for us or being featured on our site, please reach out at contact@teachingdegree.org.

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