TeachingDegreeOnline.com Releases Online School Profiles

Recently launched teaching career website releases detailed online school profiles and summaries, supplying students with essential resources for choosing the right school for a teaching career. School profiles are unbiased and provide information about coursework, cost, programs and expectations.

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Students get frustrated when they visit official school websites,” Donohue says, “because the sites are often filled with so much information that it’s tough to make comparisons. That’s why we have distilled the essential information into summaries.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 14, 2012

Recently launched TeachingDegrees101.com has just released a compilation of online school summaries and school profiles for students to use when choosing a college. The profiles are comprehensive, offering links so students can request important details on cost, program specifics, and coursework. Students can use the school profiles to compare options and determine which online teaching program will fit their schedule, budget and overall career goals.

Founder of TeachingDegreeOnline.com, David Donohue, has established the site as part of his effort to provide free, reliable student resources. “Students get frustrated when they visit official school websites,” Donohue says, “because the sites are often filled with so much information that it’s tough to make comparisons. That’s why we have distilled the essential information into summaries that can be compared quickly and effectively.”

School profiles can also be used to compare online teaching programs with traditional programs held in brick and mortar classrooms. “Most traditional colleges are now offering at least some online classes,” Donohue says. “And yet those traditional colleges may charge a great deal more per course credit. More and more students are asking themselves why they should pay traditional course prices for the same online course experience, especially when they realize they can get the same experience at a better price.”

Of course, not all online college programs are offered at lower prices than traditional colleges. Costs of teaching programs vary, so students will want to make careful comparisons and look into the benefits of different courses. One thing Donohue encourages students to look into is job placement services and graduate employment records. “Are these teaching degree programs placing graduates in classrooms? It’s important to enroll in a program that has successfully educated its students such that they can find jobs after graduation.”

About TeachingDegreeOnline.com

New website, TeachingDegreeOnline.com, provides students with a one-stop resource for all things related to teaching careers. Students can read education career profiles, learn what it takes to get specific teaching degrees and certifications and compare online and traditional teaching programs. Students can find free educational resources and more at http://teachingdegreeonline.com/.