American College of Education Offers a New Curriculum and Instruction Concentration in Differentiated Instruction

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American College of Education now offers a Master of Education Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a Concentration in Differentiated Instruction.

Lee Tincher, Academic Dean of American College of Education

Through technology, our world is getting much smaller and more diverse, and we want our student teachers to have the tools necessary to teach our 21st century learners.

American College of Education, a leading provider of online graduate programs for educators, now offers a new program concentration for students seeking a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. “We are pleased to add a differentiated instruction concentration for our teachers seeking a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction,” announced Lee Tincher, academic dean of American College of Education.

“Because we continually evaluate our course offerings to ensure the work can be applied immediately to our students’ professional settings, our faculty found the need to add this new concentration,” Tincher added. “We recognize how multimedia has shaped the mental landscape of current learners, changing how they think and reason when learning.”

American College of Education’s new differentiated instruction concentration helps teachers develop the skills to design developmentally and culturally appropriate curricula to improve equity and academic achievement for today’s learners. “This program provides the skills needed to reach our diverse communities,” said Tincher. “Through technology, our world is getting much smaller and more diverse, and we want our student teachers to have the tools necessary to teach our 21st century learners.”

One of the founding principles at American College of Education is to improve the quality of education throughout the world. The college offers Master of Education, Specialist and Doctoral degree programs for teachers and other education professionals in addition to certificates and paths to licensure programs. The college is known for high academic standards, innovative programs and quality student support.

“We are proud to be the first online graduate school for educators that fulfills the promise of earning a quality, online degree on a teacher’s budget,” commented Shawntel Landry, interim president. American College of Education offers master’s degree program tuition for $215 per credit hour. Details on the M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with Concentration in Differentiated Instruction Program are listed on the college’s website under academics. To learn more about the other graduate programs, visit

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American College of Education delivers affordable, online graduate programs that provide evidence-based content and relevant experiences to improve educators' knowledge, skills and performance.

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