March 19, 2010, Newsletter Issue #200: Financial aid for an online Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction

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Many students erroneously assume that they are not eligible for financial aid because they are enrolled in an online program. Fortunately, this is not the case. Students enrolled in accredited, degree-granting online programs are eligible for most forms of federal financial aid. There are also grants, scholarships, fellowships and loan programs designed specifically for teachers who wish to pursue advanced degrees. These programs may be specific to a discipline (science, math, language arts, etc.) or more broad-based. All students interested in receiving financial aid should begin by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This is the form used by government agencies and private scholarship-granting organizations to determine eligibility for their various programs. Teachers should also check with their local school district and their union, if they belong to one, to see if they offer tuition assistance.

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