Education Degrees in Texas (TX)

Fourth in the nation for number Master’s Degrees per capita yet dead last in high school graduation there seems to be a slight discrepancy somewhere along the line. What about Texas attracts so many well educated people yet makes it so unappealing for students to stay within their educational system and graduate high school? We need dedicated and talented teachers to get to the bottom of this and help close the disconnect between the youth of Texas and their promising future. Help students want to learn and achieve their goals by guiding them to their future.

We’ve put together a list of excellent fully accredited Texas teaching schools with campuses in major cities like Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. You can attend class there or learn online at your own convenience. Earn you degree and prepare for your Praxis state exams and certification. Now is the perfect opportunity to help Texans claim the educational glory they so rightly deserve.

As a Texas 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 Texas:

  • Average annual salary: $26,300
  • Currently employed: 53,720
  • 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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