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A Texas State Program For Teachers Interested in Teaching Dual Credit Classes

🎥 Join Us For A Special Presentation by Dr. King from Texas State University! 📚

Join us as Dr. King, a distinguished faculty member at Texas State University, provides an in-depth and informative session about the Master of Education (M.Ed.) Major in Secondary Education, with a focus on the Teaching Advanced Academics Concentration.

Are you passionate about shaping the future of education? Interested in empowering the next generation of advanced learners? Then this video is a must-watch for you! Dr. King will walk you through the key aspects and benefits of this specialized program, designed to equip educators with the knowledge and skills to excel in teaching advanced academics.

In this presentation, you can expect to learn:

✅ Program Overview: Get a comprehensive understanding of the M.Ed. Major in Secondary Education and its unique Teaching Advanced Academics Concentration.

✅ Curriculum Insights: Discover the courses and subjects that will be covered, and how they prepare educators to meet the needs of gifted and talented students.

✅ Career Opportunities: Explore the diverse career paths and opportunities that await graduates of this program.

✅ Admission Requirements: Dr. King will also provide valuable insights into the admission process and how you can take the first step towards pursuing your M.Ed.


Whether you're a current educator looking to enhance your teaching skills or a future educator with a passion for advanced academics, this presentation will provide valuable information and insights.

To view more information about the program, visit their website here: