Doctor of Education in
Ed.D. in Contemporary Curriculum Theory and Instruction: Literacy
Salisbury University - Perdue School of Business
Earliest start date
The Ed.D. program in Contemporary Curriculum Theory and Instruction: literacy provides students with a strong core in literacy, theory, research, and practice to cultivate scholarly and reflective practitioners prepared to promote culturally-responsive, effective literacy learning across diverse contexts. We are producing the next generation of educational professionals who will advance knowledge of the field to address emergent challenges while sustaining the discipline's integrity and vitality. Graduates of the Ed.D. program pursue positions of leadership in curriculum, teacher education, and higher education.
Our Ed.D. program is proud to be a Carnegie Project member on the Education Doctorate (CPED). This is a national consortium of institutions working together to ensure the Ed.D. is a rigorous and relevant degree that prepares educators to be agents of change who disseminate their work widely and collaborate with various stakeholders to improve learning outcomes for all. This means for our students that they learn and grow in a program that is involved at a national level while they receive attention to their local professional context.