This two-year online master’s degree program for Teach For America (TFA) corps members and alumni and TNTP alumni is taught by experienced faculty to prepare candidates to be reflective practitioners, data-driven decision-makers, and passionate advocates for equity in America’s schools.
Developed especially for TFA/TNTP corps members and alumni, this rigorous master’s degree program trains candidates to be reflective practitioners, data-driven decision makers, and passionate advocates for equity in our nation’s schools.
Led by nationally recognized faculty, it is the only fully online, asynchronous program of its kind available nationwide—with a curriculum based on proven instructional strategies and grounded in real-time, real-world practice. Students benefit from ongoing mentoring, a strong network of alumni, and dedicated coursework support while pursuing careers as teachers.
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This rigorous and innovative two-year online master’s degree program for Teach For America (TFA) Corps members and alumni and TNTP alumni trains candidates to be reflective practitioners, data-driven decision-makers, and passionate advocates for equity in our nation’s schools.
It is the only fully online, asynchronous program of its kind available nationwide and is led by nationally recognized faculty to train and empower future field leaders. Candidates select electives to focus on areas of personal interest advised by exceptional, established faculty. The program provides ongoing mentoring, a broad network of Johns Hopkins alumni and peers, and the support necessary to flourish in graduate coursework while pursuing careers as teachers. Our TFA/TNTP graduates make a lasting impact on their students and communities.
The curriculum is based on current research in evidence-based instructional strategies and grounded in real-time, real-world practice. Courses include Seminar in Transformational Leadership and Teaching, Classroom Management, Effective Practices in Teaching and Learning, Teaching for Transformation, and Capstone.
This MS degree offered by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education does not award teacher certification or licensure.
Many TFA/TNTP graduates enjoy long, fulfilling teacher-leader roles in K-12 settings across the country. Others go on to pursue leadership roles that positively impact learning outcomes in a range of educational settings, including school and district administration, education nonprofit management, politics, and policy advocacy