Why Literacy Education (MS) at Thomas College?
Maine has the highest rate of illiteracy in New England—seven percent of Mainers read at the lowest level of literacy. A degree in Literacy Education will prepare you for working with children, adults, immigrants, and special populations to improve rates of literacy that can help overcome poverty and create lasting change in our communities.
The Thomas College Master of Science in Literacy Education (M.S.L.E.) graduate program delivers coursework in line with the State of Maine literacy specialist certification requirements. The program will prepare you for the teaching experience and other requirements needed for final state certification to teach.
At a Glance
- Seminar in American Schools
- Best Practices in Literacy Curriculum
- Best Practices in Literacy Instruction
- Children’s Literature
- Literacy for the Special Learner
|Wallace Alexander, Ed.D||Professor of Education|
|Richard Biffle, Ph.D.||Professor of Education and Instructor of Anthropology & Archaeology|
|Katie Rybakova, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor of Education|
|Pamela Thompson, Ph.D.||Professor of Education and Chair of The Lunder School of Education|