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School of Education Program Ranked for Affordability

North Carolina Central University’s (NCCU) School of Education has one of the nation’s most affordable, accredited elementary childhood education programs for 2019, according to topeducationdegrees.org.

The list was based on the following criteria: online education costs, accreditation and national recognition of online programs. The judges also noted NCCU’s program as one of the best online elementary/early childhood education degree programs.

The Elementary Education Program blends coursework and field experience, which allows students to develop the skills required for leading elementary classrooms and providing exemplary instructional programs within diverse cultural and educational environments. Students also are provided techniques for designing innovative learning environments and building effective relationships.

The NCCU School of Education offers additional degree programs in school administration; community education; career and school counseling; communication disorders; higher education administration and five concentrations in the field of special education. All programs are fully accredited by their respective bodies.

 

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