NEA debuts online Master of Education

The National Education Association (NEA) Academy  has partnered with UMassOnline, Western Governors University and Walden University to provide Master's of Education degrees to NEA members.
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The National Education Association (NEA) Academy has partnered with UMassOnline, Western Governors University and Walden University to provide Master of Education degrees to NEA members.

The three institutions were selected after a lengthy research process into over 110 online Master's of Education degree programs with key stakeholder input. Through the partnerships, NEA members will receive 5 to 20 percent discounts on courses, special access to NEA member-only scholarships, and have some fees waived.

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