Reading Education

The Master of Arts in Education (MAED) program in Reading Education (K12) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University prepares current “A” licensed classroom teachers (grades K12) to improve the literacy skills of their students. The MAED Reading program is based upon standards set forth by the International Literacy Association and North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Also, the program prepares candidates to attain a Reading Specialist certification (K12) in North Carolina.  The MAED Reading program is 30 credit hours, and it is ideal for any K12 teacher as candidates can continue to teach while enrolled in the program.

MAED Reading Program Plan of Study

30 Credit Hours

READ 755: Foundations of Literacy

READ 736: Language & Early Literacy Development

CUIN 711: Research and Inquiry

ELED 751: Literacy for the 21st Century Elementary Classroom

CUIN 729: Diversity Issues in K-12 Schools

READ 756: Integrating Literacy in the Content Areas

READ 738:  Literacy for the English Language Learner

READ 735: Organization and Supervision of Literacy Programs

READ 757: Literacy Assessment and Instruction

READ 774: Research in Literacy Instruction 

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