We know the classroom. The principal’s office. The school counselor’s office. We know schools. We’ve been there. We’ll help you get there, stay there, advance there, improve at what you do there. Though the programs vary, the foundation is the same — in each you’ll learn how to teach, to lead, to master your subject area. You will gain an understanding of the range of students in your classroom and learn modern teaching and leadership methods.
You will be surrounded by your peers, leadership, and faculty, all championing your success.
We know the field and research the field. We’ve been in the classroom and schools, and are dedicated to helping you excel there.
We are the #1 provider of NYC public school teachers. A Touro Master’s in Education, Counseling or Leadership puts you right on track for the career you’re looking for.
You chose this career because of your passion for education and desire to make a difference, to impact tomorrow. We respect that and work hard to keep our tuition rates competitive.
We understand the demands on your time and schedule classes with your many responsibilities in mind.
Our online program are nationally ranked by US News & World Report as best online graduate programs in education.
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The Power of Education
IRINA SVISTUNOVA, CLASS OF 2018: It's just amazing to see kids develop, to see them excited about school. And that's one of the big reasons why I decided to switch careers. I was working in finance for 15 years, so it was very hard, actually to say, OK that's it, I'm going to be a teacher.
LISA LIN, CLASS OF 2005: I chose Touro because it's very hands on, and the time is very flexible.
IRINA SVISTUNOVA, CLASS OF 2018: Touro has amazing hours. You could take classes in the morning, you can take them at night. You could really work around your schedule. And the lesson plans that they provided in class made us better teachers, because they made us think of, how can we teach kids that are different?
RASHAAD SIMPSON, CLASS OF 2015: It was so funny, when I did an interview for the job I had actually used a Touro lesson plan template that they handed me through student teaching, and they loved it. They raved how great the lesson plan was. And it was actually a lesson plan that I took from Touro.
LISA LIN, CLASS OF 2005: Our instructors are principals, and superintendents, and they share their stories. They talk about difficult conversations.
RASHAAD SIMPSON, CLASS OF 2015: Just like you in school, I had to go to school, so I was in fourth grade also. I did the same thing you're doing. Parents fighting? Been there. Seeing drug paraphernalia on the way to school? Been there. The community is actually much better now than it was when I grew up in the '90s. So it's like, you don't have a reason not to want it for yourself.
IRINA SVISTUNOVA, CLASS OF 2018: It took me a few years to finish, but I knew that that's what I wanted. So I got my degree. And now my wishes came true and I'm a head teacher.
RASHAAD SIMPSON, CLASS OF 2015: With the power of education anything is possible. Anything is possible as long as you apply yourself.