The Urban Education Masters Program at Temple University serves school-based educators seeking to enhance their understanding of subjects such as social theory, national education policy, urban education reform, and the history of urban education. Courses generally familiarize students with research methodology and include opportunities to conduct research and do field-based study. The program also addresses the needs of professionals involved in community-based education, adult literacy, community organizing, community development, afterschool programs and family centers.
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