The student advertising team from the Tulane School of Professional Advancement (SoPA)
Tulane’s M.Ed program highlights New Orleans as an incubator of teacher education rooted in the city’s history of educational reform.
The two new degrees are online, interactive, and aligned with industry standards to prepare adult students returning to college for rewarding careers in business or human resource management.
The Tulane School of Professional Advancement has launched a Master of Teaching (MAT) degree to develop more certified teachers for Louisiana schools.
New Orleans recognizes National Black Philanthropy Month thanks to the work of a Tulane School of Professional Advancement faculty member.
The U.S. Department of Education’s (USDOE) Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) Grant Program has awarded over $10 million in federal funding to expand and enhance teacher recruitment
The public administration program at the Tulane School of Professional Advancement (SoPA) now carries with it the name and legacy of the late U.S. Congressman John Lewis.
Board members provide oversight and guidance to city workforce development measures, and in partnership with the Mayor of New Orleans, assess program effectiveness.
The collaboration strengthens the breadth of academic programs that support civic engagement and leadership.
Twenty-four of the 32 winning entries will advance to the district competition.
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