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MS Educational Administration California

February 18, 2017


I am applying to your distinguished MS Program in Educational Administration because I feel strongly that I am the best fit for your mission and purpose in Educational Administration at XXXX University. I live for progressive social change in the California classroom and the implementation and dis…

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PHD Educational Administration, Kuwait

March 3, 2016


I am a 34-year-old Muslim Arab woman from Kuwait. Education is my life, and I thrive on progress, especially through enhanced creativity in educational technology. I want very much to earn my PHD in my field in the West, as I am convinced that this would provide me with the best preparation for ma…

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MA Education, Communication Disorders

November 18, 2014

When teaching pre-school children, I became aware that communication problems in children are much more common than I had suspected that there are insufficient trained people to deal with the situation especially in a bi-cultural setting and that the failure to offer effective and early intervention…

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Ph.D. Engineering Education, Management, Vietnam

November 18, 2014

I was once asked “Who is your engineering hero?” and answered perfectly honestly that it is my father.  My father ran an auto repair shed in South Vietnam; he repaired and serviced three wheel taxis and automobiles. People relied on my father to enable them to make a living and feed their children a…

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M.ED Degree Special Education, K-8

November 3, 2014

Two factors, in particular, account for my profound passion for professional growth in the area of special education and my decision to apply to your program. Foremost among these significant factors was the fact that I too was once in special education classes to overcome my disability to perform i…

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EDD Educational Administration, Multiracial

September 12, 2014

I am an educational administrator who wants very much to attain the terminal degree in my field so as to be able to make the fullest contribution possible towards educational reform, the ongoing improvement and implementation of progressive educational policies, especially in my home state of Virgin…

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PHD Educational Leadership, Saudi Woman

November 21, 2013

Born and raised in Saudi Arabia, education and the English language have been my two constant companions as I have prepared myself for a lifetime of professional service. I have known for some time that I wanted to build a career in education and this is why I completed my Master’s Degree in Educati…

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PHD Education and Information, AQM

November 21, 2013

I am applying to the Ph.D. program in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies in the Department of Education at the University of XXXX I am applying for the position of doctoral fellow in the Advanced Quantitative Methods program in Education Research. My desire to attend XXXU is dr…

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PHD Human Development, Education

April 5, 2012

In South Korea, where I was born, I served twenty-nine months as an army chaplain, counseling troubled soldiers, positively affecting overall camp morale. Even in South Korea, there were soldiers from myriad backgrounds, a challenge I welcomed and greatly enjoyed, illuminating my life's path all the…

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Masters Special Education Leadership

April 5, 2012

In terms of my research interests, my career has led me to my true purpose: the inclusion of physically disabled students into mainstream schools. The variables and their names change- integration, inclusion, inclusive education, equality but the bottom line remains the same: general education teach…

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MA Educational Leadership, Navajo Indian

April 3, 2012

I am eager to break and, frankly, shatter the glass ceiling that society has set for how Native Americans are typically viewed. I truly believe I can make a difference. With almost a decade of solid work experience as a teacher and the limits that I have set for myself, know no boundaries. I have ta…

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MA Masters School Counseling, Human Development

April 3, 2012

For the past seventeen years, I have maintained an academic and professional commitment to linguistics and teaching excellence. While I have welcomed each new challenge, I have come to realize that I gain greater personal and professional satisfaction tipping the scales in favor of Hispanic and Lati…

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MA Masters Educational Leadership, Native American

April 3, 2012

For the past five years, I have dedicated myself to the education of teens as a credentialed and highly involved high school classroom teacher. This devotion, coupled with my refined approach to work even outside of the classroom has made me a successful teacher. While I have filled my time within a…

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SBL (School Building Leader) Administrative

March 29, 2012

For the past twelve years, I have dedicated my professional career, time and energy wholly to ensuring that children all children received the finest educational, nurturing and guidance I could possibly provide. Yet, I have only been left wanting to give more, and on a greater scale, to bring to foc…

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PHD Science Education, Mathematics

March 28, 2012

Having been a scientist involved in industry and research, I have learned that extraordinary science comes from extraordinary mentorship. As a future educator, I feel that my professional background, combined with a solid foundation in science education I will have the opportunity to instill in my s…

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MA Physical Education,Teacher, AAPHERD

March 28, 2012

Still young at 29 but old enough to have gained invaluable professional experience, I feel strongly that this is the optimal moment for me to pursue my education at the graduate level. Born and raised in Puerto Rico and currently living in Florida, I am someone who celebrates multicultural diversity…

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MAT Master of the Arts in Teaching, Afghanistan

March 27, 2012

The path that has led me to become a pursuant to a graduate-level teaching program is a unique story of strength, courage, and resilience in the face of incredible adversity. August 8th, 1978 saw the Soviet invasion of my homeland of Afghanistan. As the 40th Soviet Army deployed itself, we prayed fo…

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MA International Educational Development

March 27, 2012

My experiences as a teacher in Africa have been the single-most influential part of my professional development. Still only 25, I have already spent many years cultivating a professional demeanor and excellent communications skills. While an undergraduate student, for example, I spent two years as a…

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MA Education, Community Counseling

March 26, 2012

Before we can discuss why I am pursuing a Community Counseling degree, we need to discuss where I have come from. I thought I was in love, that he was the one. I was 19 and, looking back, a child bride. For three years I knew something was horribly wrong. I tried to fix it, and yet we had two childr…

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MA Primary Education UK, Bullying

March 23, 2012

Having grown up in a house where children have been ever-present I know the challenges that are faced when working with those who are of a primary school age. I have also have been able to develop a knowledge of the benefits of working with a group of bright, intuitive children who are beginning the…

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