Master of Science in Education – Educational Studies (Teach For America and TNTP)
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MSEd TFA/TNTP Collaboration Vision
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1909: Johns Hopkins University offers the College Courses for Teachers Program.
2007: The Johns Hopkins School of Education becomes a stand-alone school.
2012: The online JHU-TFA MSEd Collaboration Program launches.
2014: The online JHU-TNTP MSEd Collaboration Program launches.
The only program of its kind: 100 percent online and asynchronous—and available only to TFA and TNTP teachers.
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The School of Education has an alumni network of over 22,000 graduates.
Johns Hopkins counts more than 200,000 members in its universitywide alumni network.
The SOE curriculum is very much aligned with the work we do with TFA – to me, it felt like an extension of the professional development we receive in-region, rather than a cumbersome addition to it. The online platform offers a nice balance of self-directed learning and collaboration. On that note, I appreciated the opportunity to interact with highly-motivated individuals both within and outside my region, as it gave me a greater sense of belonging to a national education movement.
-Regan Balmoja, TFA Program
Note: The MS degree offered by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education does not award teacher certification or licensure.