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Brett Diakon
Teachers Support Network

Teachers Support Network Announces Partnership with American College of Education

Arranges Substantial Discount for its Members Wishing to Pursue Their Master?s Degree Princeton, NJ April 11, 2013

Teachers Support Network (TSN) has entered into a partnership with the premiere online provider of post-secondary degrees,American College of Education, in order to offer its members an exclusive discount in tuition. Authorized to operate and grant degrees by the (The Higher Learning Commission) and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC/NCA). American College of Education represents online learning at its very best. Among the varied degrees offered by ACE, of particular interest to educators are:

  • M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
  • M.Ed. in Educational Technology
  • M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
  • M.Ed. in Elementary Education

In education, as in most other fields, advanced degrees translate into more money. According to the latest U.S. Census data, the difference in lifetime earnings between people with a Bachelor's degree and those with a Master's degree is a little more than $400,000--that's about $10,000 annually over the course of an average working lifetime (approximately 40 years). A Master's in Education will almost certainly pay for itself with the additional earnings one can expect once his/hers Master's has been attained.