Thank you for visiting TeachingDegrees.com. TeachingDegrees.com (formerly TeacherDegrees.com) has been around for over a decade, providing a valuable resource for prospective teachers to figure out which degree or career might be best for them. In 2019, we relaunched the website, updated with accurate school listings and content written by college professors and former teachers with either their M.Ed. in Education or Ed.D. in Education.
Who We Are
TeachingDegrees.com is owned and operated by Enroll Education LLC, who researches up-and-coming degree programs (such as teaching education), aggregates college educational data, creates website resources for potential college students, and helps universities find students that are the right fit for their degree programs. We have a number of different researchers and contributors for TeachingDegrees.com, all of which have experience as a teacher or have their educational background as a teacher.
Contributor: Glenda Wagner
When I earned my Master’s degree, I was among the early group of people who pursued the degree online. My thought was I would pay the tuition, write some papers, and get my degree. What I experienced was a wonderful group of instructors and fellow degree seekers with a real interest in enhancing math instruction. I gained a plethora of resources that I used in the classroom and were enjoyed by my students. I am an avid fan of online degree programs. When I retired from teaching, I knew I wanted to do something to supplement my retirement pension. For over 30 years, I was a seventh and eighth grade math teacher. Since that time, I have spent seven years as a freelance writer. When I earned my Master’s degree, I was among the early group of people who pursued the degree online. My thought was I would pay the tuition, write some papers, and get my degree.
What I experienced was a wonderful group of instructors and fellow degree seekers with a real interest in enhancing math instruction. I gained a plethora of resources that I used in the classroom and were enjoyed by my students.
We pride ourselves on researching accredited educational institutions and programs across the entire United States. Our goal is to make all programs accessible to all of our website visitors, and to keep the most up to date information on teaching colleges and universities. We aim to provide accurate and helpful narrative content, helping students figure out what degree in teaching might be best for them.
Our database of over 500 universities and 2,000+ teaching education programs is among the largest on the web, and it is 100% hand-gathered. Meaning, our team scours the web to record specific data points, which we display throughout the website. It is a lot of work, but we have found that it makes our website stand alone as the premium resource for anyone looking to get into teaching.
Some of our data resources include:
- National Education Association
- National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification
- Council of Chief State School Officers
- National School Board Association
- National Center for Educational Statistics
- United States Bureau of Labor Statistics
- United States Census Bureau
We believe the value of an excellent teacher is completely understated. Teachers shape and mold everyone to become a contributor to society and a better person overall.
The great teachers truly bring out the best in others, and believe in everyone. We want to make our site the most accessible website for prospective teachers to find a degree they are passionate about at universities across the nation, and that will never change. We will constantly search the web, do our research, write informative, clear, and concise content on subject matter that teachers are interested in, and make our website easy to use.