News & Highlights
Dr. Kelly Keane, program director of the Master's in Educational Technology program at Loyola University Maryland, shares with EdSurge why she's hopeful about the future of education.
Sarah Flaherty, a graduate student in Loyola University's Maryland Master of Arts in Teaching program, shares how it's been teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic and how Loyola has prepared her.
Bianca Solorzano, '20, shares her experience in Loyola University Maryland's Center for Montessori Education's Master's in Montessori Education program.
Brad Belin, '11, shares how Loyola's Master's in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program shaped his way of thinking as a person and an educator.
Loyola University Maryland's School of Education Reading Specialist program receives National Recognition for Teacher Readiness from the International Literacy Association.
What can a teacher do with a Master's of Educational Technology degree? A look into what the Master's of Educational Technology program is at Loyola University Maryland and the possible career paths that can be taken.
For people with a strong liberal arts background, Loyola University Maryland's Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Elementary Education program offers a clinically-focused, social justice-oriented path to a teaching certificate and a rewarding career -- a life-changing experience that can be completed in as little as one year.
Brian Wynder, Jr., '20, shares why he chose the Master's in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program at Loyola University Maryland and his experience in the program.
Loyola University Maryland's School of Education explains its cohort graduate program model and its value and benefits to graduate students.
Loyola University Maryland's School of Education faculty members share tips and resources during coronavirus pandemic.