Retention & Advancement
Retain quality teachers by providing an effective and relevant education benefit program.
Retention & Advancement
University of Massachusetts Global is a leading provider of teaching credentials among private/independent universities in California.
According to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) 20 percent of all new hires leave the classroom within three years. In urban districts, the numbers are worse—close to 50 percent of newcomers flee the profession during their first five years of teaching. You already know it’s difficult to recruit new teachers so losing any credentialed staff you already have makes matters worse.
At University of Massachusetts Global, we understand the teacher shortage and can help you solve your short and long term needs. In addition, we can build a program for your school that develops non-credentialed staff into teachers, creating a pipeline of teachers from within your current workforce. As their expertise increases, excellent teachers want to take on additional responsibilities and assume leadership roles within their schools.
At UMass Global, we can help! We offer a Master of Arts in Education for your credentialed staff who are seeking advancement opportunities. There are six emphasis areas and they are designed for fast, flexible completion. In fact, UMass Global will block transfer up to 12 Induction and PASC credits, getting your teachers one step closer to their Master’s Degree.
Explore UMass Global's degree, credential and certification programs below:
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