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This course is designed to help Literacy Masters students synthesize the knowledge gained from the program in order to serve as literacy leaders within the complex organizations of classrooms, schools, and school districts. In this course students will integrate their learning across the program in order to organize their future activities in teaching, leadership, advocacy, and engagement opportunities in ways that honor the interrelationships among classroom, school, sociocultural and economic contexts. They will prepare to engage with all literacy education stakeholders in cutting edge, innovative ways that advance both the learning of PK-12 students and the literacy education field.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): This course is designed as a capstone event. Accordingly, students must have no more than 6 additional remaining credit hours of coursework. Permit to enroll required.

Literacy, MS

...6.5 IELTS, or 53 PTE. Degree Requirements Exit Requirement Capstone - 3 hours TED 9190