Education Degrees in Arkansas (AR)

Are you part of the 78% of Arkansans who are without a Bachelor’s Degree or greater? Do you ever consider going back to school but you’re looking for that career that can actually make a difference? Well there’s no nobler a profession than becoming an Arkansas educator. Despite their relatively healthy teacher-to-student ratios, Arkansas schools are still lagging behind some of the rest of the country. Earn your teaching degree online or in a traditional classroom setting and help bring pride to the Arkansas education system. Learn to teach in schools all across the state from Little Rock to up in the Ozarks. An education profession is a noble and rewarding one, so why wait? Browse the list of schools below and find the one that’s right for you.

As an Arkansas educator, you will:

  • Become a respected pillar of the community
  • Carefully craft and schedule an adequate lesson plan for your students
  • Guide and prepare the next generation through meaningful lessons and interactions
  • Grade exams and papers
  • Attend and lead extracurricular activities
  • Work together with parents and administrators to create a healthy learning environment

Some career figures for education graduates in Arizona:

  • Average annual salary: $32,350
  • Currently employed: 4,740
  • Employment outlook: 15% growth
  • Most popular degrees: Bachelor’s, Master’s

Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.

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