Sposato Graduate School of Education
Our new graduate school of education was approved in March of 2012 by the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education.
It carries the name of Charles Sposato, in memory of a master teacher who taught 33 years in the Framingham Public Schools before becoming Match’s founding principal in 2000. While our mission is to prepare rookie teachers for their work, our hope is that many will go on to have long careers as life-changing, inspiring teachers. We believe that this level of skill can only be developed over many years.
Those who successfully complete our program earn a Master in Effective Teaching (MET) degree.
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