- Class of 2019
- ProgramEducational Technology
Kaleigh wished to enroll in a graduate program that would give her the expertise and the tools to help her young students prepare for life and work in a digital world. A grade 4 English Language Arts teacher at Vincent Farm Elementary School in White Marsh, Md., the Long Island native initially chose Loyola because of the great partnership the university has with Baltimore County Public Schools. She was also drawn to the urban mission and pedagogy, especially in relation to technology. She cites Loyola's patient, understanding, and supportive professors as one of the most rewarding aspects of the program, and she’s building lasting relationships with her faculty and fellow students. She’s certain these relationships will continue to nurture her and contribute to her future success.
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When earning a degree in education from a Jesuit university, time is devoted to building relationships, giving back to the community, and attaining goals that will better the lives of others. You are not learning in isolation; rather, you are immersed in a community of educators and students determined to help you succeed.