Document Type

Article

Publication Date

4-26-2019

Abstract

Legislative Authority.


RATIONALE: The Master’s of Mathematic Education was envisioned primarily as a vehicle that would provide licensed professional educators with a graduate degree. At the time of the concentration’s greatest popularity, graduate degrees were a key part of the seniority rubric used by school districts in Ohio; possessing a Master’s level degree had better prospects for professional advancement than those who only had Bachelor’s level degrees. Over time, that requirement has changed and/or been eliminated in many cases. As such, the program has become less popular, leading to a general decline in its enrollment.


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