Housing & Meals $11,694
Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.
Castleton's Education Program promotes four central tenets: inquiry and critical thinking, praxis between theory and practice, reflective and research-based methodology, as well as collaboration and social justice. We believe these pillars support future teachers in the public sector as educational advocates in both local communities and the world at large. Courses in Secondary Education Licensure Program focus on understanding the world of teaching and learning and developing the skills necessary to enter that world successfully. Opportunities to engage in the field occur early in the student's educational career and continue throughout the program. In early courses, students gain an understanding of pedagogical theory and practice. The later part of the program is devoted to honing pedagogical content knowledge through extended learning opportunities in schools. The final semester is devoted to a full-time student teaching experience. Along the way, civic engagement initiatives keep prospective teachers connected in authentic ways. Throughout the program, students capture their learning in an electronic Portfolio that allows them to record and assess their progress toward the goal of achieving teacher licensure.
Federal & State Grants
Castleton University helps students access a number of Federal and State Grants: Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, State Grants for District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Vermont.
State or Local Grant
Other Federal Grant
Some of our options include Federal Subsidized Direct Loans, Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loans, and Federal Parent PLUS loans. To learn more about our loan options please visit our website.
Federal Subsidized Loan
Federal Unsubsidized Loan
Parent PLUS Loan
- Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education
- Educational Services