The only degree you put after your name is a doctorate and not a MA. His abbreviated term for his degree is not recognized as a proper form. I have a doctorate and a MA plus 3 teaching credentials and only use the Dr with my name. This is my 39th year of teaching.
Masters of Special Education- This title originates from the Masters in Education with the specialization in Special Education. It is abbreviated as M.Ed. A logical thought would be M.Sp.Ed. but it is not recognized as such. I have my Masters of Special Education and that is how it is abbreviated on my degree.
I have a masters degree in Special Education (focus area: emotionally disturbed) and 90 additional post graduate hours in special education. I taught special for 28 years. I have always abbreviated it like this: Forrest298, Ma.ed. However, many states use different abbreviations for disabilities. Therefore, I would not be surprised if different states used different abbreviations concerning teacher credentials.
M.ED (Curriculum and Instruction)
The Master of Education abbreviation - depending on the country - can be an M.Ed., MAEd., or Ed.M.
It depends on where you graduated from. Some of the abbreviations are as follows. * M.Ed. * MAEd. * MSEd. * Ed.M.
M.E. (Master of Education) or M.A.E. (Master of Arts in Education), as appropriate. M.E. (Master of Education) or M.A.E. (Master of Arts in Education), as appropriate.
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I read that it was M.E.S.
In order to get a Masters in Special Education you will need to have first earned your Bachelor Degree in Liberal Arts. After you have earned the Bachelor Degree you will be able to apply to Graduate school where you will be able to earn your Masters Degree. Then you will pick your specialty; which in your case is Special Education. Altogether, one ought to expect to earn the Masters Degree in Special Education in approximately 5-6 years.