News & Highlights
Loyola University Maryland is uniquely situated to help build effective and prepared educational leaders through its virtual M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Post-Master’s Certificate in Administration and Supervision programs in the following three ways.
Meet alumna Bianca Solorzano (M.Ed. Montessori Education ’20), an Infant Development & Montessori Consultant who wears a variety of inspirational hats: writer, teacher, and now host of the podcast Montessori Babies. Since graduating from Loyola’s School of Education, she has not only launched a very successful podcast but also now offers courses on how to optimize baby development through a Montessori lens
Learn about Maggie McConnaha, a CISJ Graduate who started her master’s in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice at Loyola in January of 2020, taking exactly one course in person before going completely online as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teachers from Europe and graduate students from Loyola University Maryland School of Education engaged in two virtual Global Educators Conversations, in which they discussed media literacy education and social justice.
Byron Brown, an English teacher and Speech and Oratory Club advisor at Surrattsville High School in the Prince George's County Public School System, and a graduate student in the Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program shares how a Loyola CISJ mentor inspired him to bring about "good trouble" at my school.
Learn more about the School of Education's Educator Perspective series, view past webinars, and register for the next event.
Aspiring and current leaders will learn and study distinct leadership behaviors to prepare for the next level of the leadership journey. You will gain clarity, understanding, and support. Register for our next sessions in March and April!
Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education is establishing a new Center for Equity, Leadership, and Social Justice in Education to advance education and embrace and uplift multi-racial and multicultural human rights.
Emily Manzo, a recent graduate of Loyola University Maryland's Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, shares how this program prepared her for the classroom and helped her find a community of educators.