Mordechai Gordon believes being an educator is more than teaching subjects – it’s about knowing how your identity shapes the kind of teacher you become.
Partnership introduces high school students to college work, hoping to front-load academic success.
Rebecca Rice's lifelong desire to teach is reinforced by her work experience in real classrooms through Quinnipiac's five-year master's program in elementary education.
Education professor Anne Dichele is passionate about teaching and public education. She was a founding member of one of the state’s first charter schools.
Tim Goodwin has a mission – to help urban students succeed in school and achieve bright futures. His sixth-year degree at Quinnipiac is helping him reach his goals.
Interested in our five-semester MAT program in elementary or secondary education? Learn more about the programs from Quinnipiac students.
Becky Frost has a goal – to become a principal of a school. Her degrees from Quinnipiac are helping her get there.
Sean Cosgrove didn’t come to Quinnipiac knowing he wanted to be a teacher, but as soon as he got into the classroom he knew: “This is for me.”
Stacie D’Antonio has never been afraid of a challenge. Equipped with a well-rounded leadership degree from Quinnipiac and 19 years of experience as a teacher, she is now the principal of an elementary school and is making positive change happen.
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