We’ve connected more teachers to TEACH Grants than any other organization in the United States. That means huge savings in the pursuit of educational goals and filling countless high-need positions in underserved schools across America.
- Up to $8,000 toward eligible master’s degree programs
- Up to $16,000 toward eligible bachelor’s degree programs
A Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant is a federal grant of up to $4,000 a year for students who agree to teach for 4 years at a school that serves low-income families.
To be eligible for a TEACH Grant, you must do the following:
- Meet the basic eligibility criteria for the federal student aid programs.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form.
- Be enrolled as an undergraduate, postbaccalaureate, or graduate student at a school that participates in the TEACH Grant Program.
- Be enrolled in a TEACH-Grant-eligible program.
- Meet certain academic achievement requirements (generally, scoring above the 75th percentile on one or more portions of a college admissions test or maintaining a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25). For specific information about the academic requirements, talk to the financial aid office at your college or career school.
- Receive TEACH Grant counseling that explains the terms and conditions of the TEACH Grant service obligation. You must complete counseling each year that you receive a TEACH Grant.
- Signs a TEACH Grant Agreement to Serve.
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
- Adolescent Literacy
- English Language Development
- English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
- Environmental Education
- The Inclusive Classroom (SPED)
Concordia University, Nebraska
- Curriculum & Instruction w/certification
- Curriculum & Instruction: ESL & ELL
- Literacy w/ Reading Specialist and ESL
- Literacy w/ Reading Specialist
- Special Education Inclusive Practice: Non-endorsement