Graduate-level Professional Development Credit Classes


Education for Equity now partners with Brandman University to offer graduate-level PD credit courses to teachers.

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About Brandman University

  • Part of the Chapman University system – a private institution in Orange, California founded in 1861 which consistently ranks among the country’s top universities.
  • A private, nonprofit institution regionally accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
  • Brandman’s online programs have ranked consistently among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

Earn Graduate-level Professional Development Credits with 100% Online Classes for Teachers

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Education for Equity’s mission is to promote equal education for every student in the world. Our online professional development classes for teachers are uniquely themed and vetted by top universities to provide educators with 21st century skills that enable students to reach their full potential.

“Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could reinstate through what we do, as parents, grandparents, as teachers, as legislators, that old, noble ambition: to excel?”
David McCullough, Painting with Words

Are you looking to earn professional development credits so you can improve your skills as a teacher and increase your annual teaching salary? Education for Equity’s 100% online professional development classes for teachers are designed to teach educators relevant skills that are applicable in the modern classroom and that help them impact the lives of more students. If you don’t know what course to start with, we suggest that you start with the course entitled “Movement for Improvement,” it’s our most popular course because it shows how movement can lower your stress, increase your longevity, and boost a teacher’s critical thinking skills. Scroll up and click on the “Movement for Improvement” course to learn more.

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