Most schools have, to date, left policies and procedures in the hands of educators. However, as the American educational system becomes increasingly responsive to regulatory and legal mandates, there is a fast-emerging need for education law experts to join school districts and academic institutions nationwide.
In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 19% increase in secondary school opportunities by 2020, along with a 10% increase in K-12 education. Being able to respond to complex legal challenges that may determine educational decisions with widespread consequences will be an asset in the years ahead.
The online Master's in Education Law from Nova Southeastern University can help prepare you to make a difference in the lives of children, parents and teachers.