Education Degrees in West Virginia (WV)

According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, West Virginia ranks last in the United States for percentage of the population with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher. Somehow, somewhere along the way these students are getting lost and it’s no secret that the best way to ensure a higher graduation rate is by building up the educational foundation from which these students start. West Virginia needs quality teachers to nurture and lead the children of today and set them on the right path for graduation and success. This is where you come in!

If you have a desire to improve the futures of the Mountain State’s youth and have a passion for teaching, this is your chance! Earn your West Virginian teaching degree and become an educator or school administrator. Our fully accredited schools with campuses all across the state from Charleston to Morgantown and Parkersburg will give you the training you need and set you on the right path towards earning your certification as well! Browse the list of schools below and find the one that works best for you and don’t forget that there are several great online learning opportunities listed below as well for those on a less than flexible schedule at this point in their lives!

As a West Virginia 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 West Virginia:

  • Average annual salary: $40,380
  • Currently employed: 1,040
  • 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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