College of Education
phone: (208) 885-6772
toll free: (888) 884-3246
fax: (208) 885-7607
875 Perimeter Drive MS3080
Moscow, ID 83844-3080
Phone (208) 667-2588
Toll free (888) 208-2268
Fax (208) 664-1272
1031 N. Academic Way, Suite 242
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Phone (208) 334-2999
Toll free (866) 264-7384
Fax (208) 364-4035
322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702
The M.Ed. program is practical and research-driven, tailored to fit the schedules of busy teachers and provide them with the resources and flexibility to finish their studies within a four-semester time period. The next Wright Fellows program will begin during the summer 2013 session and will be complete in the summer 2014 session.
Overview of program
First summer: Six weeks on campus which earns nine credits.
Fall: Off-campus field work at participants' schools to earn six credits. Three weekend workshops required.
Spring: Off-campus field work at participants' schools to earn six credits. Three weekend workshops required.
Second summer: Six weeks on campus which earns nine credits. Courses are on Moscow campus.
Program Fees and Costs
In State tuition and fees: $11,232 (this is an estimated cost, as tuition has yet to be set for Fall 2013 and Spring/Summer 2014)
Books: Approximately $1,500
Travel: Approximately $3,500, depending on your location
Housing for two six-week sessions on campus: Approximately $4,620
Total fees and other costs: Approximately $20,852
Wright Fellowship Application
PLEASE NOTE: Out-of-state students will pay out-of-state tuition.
Teachers who reside outside of the state of Idaho but who teach in Idaho may qualify for an out-of-state tuition waiver. Contact the University of Idaho Registrar’s office at 208-885-6731 or by email at email@example.com.
Wright Fellow Program History
Thomas C. Wright graduated from the College of Education at the University of Idaho and became a teacher and successful publisher of educational books. After selling his publishing company, he devoted his life to philanthropy, focusing specifically on helping people realize their full potential. Since the Wright Fellowship Program began, more than 100 teachers have become Wright Fellows, equipping them with new ideas, new passion, new networks, and new tools for educating youth.
The program is organized around these themes:
• Leadership in the educational organization
• Assessment and changes in student performance
• Policy development and strategic planning for education
• The school as an organization
• Research for advancing classroom practice
• The developing child
• Technology for learning
• Instruction beyond the standards
For more information and questions contact Carla Tibbals at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 885-6039