All of the recent graduates of the William Woods University master of education degree program (M.Ed.) successfully passed the latest state assessment.
In the assessment done three months ago, William Woods had 100 percent passing of the Interstate School Leaders License Consortium (ISLLC). The ISLLC is the state assessment used to certify graduates as school administrators.
“This certainly proves that our M.Ed. program successfully trains and educates future educational leaders for Missouri,” commented Deedee Schlichting, director of graduate education programs for WWU’s Graduate & Adult Studies.
Since the inception of the university’s M.Ed. program 11 years ago, William Woods graduates have been able to boast an average pass rate of 98 percent.
For more information regarding the M.Ed. or other programs available, contact the university’s Graduate & Adult Studies (G&AS) by phone at 1-800-995-3199 or by e-mail at email@example.com. Additional information is available on the William Woods website at www.williamwoods.edu.