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KTA partnership with Loyola nears 5 year anniversary

KTA and Loyola University Maryland have been engaged in a mutually beneficial partnership in the greater Maryland area for nearly five years. During this period, hundreds of local educators have had the opportunity to engage in several of Loyola University Maryland’s graduate education programs. The K-12 Teachers Alliance is particularly grateful to have had such a well-respected institution with its K-12 Audience.

Since inception of the partnership, KTA has utilized its proprietary relationship based communication plans to help develop and foster meaningful district relationships that enhance both the brand and the visibility of Loyola in and around the Baltimore area. Within the first two years of the partnership, KTA was able to develop significant inroads into Baltimore city schools. It was apparent that District relationships were vitally important to continued success in Maryland beyond the established traditional campus location and a nearby satellite. Running parallel to exposure and enrollment growth in Baltimore County, KTA helped further develop Anne Arundel, Howard, Prince George and Montgomery counties. Through this geographic expansion Loyola experience significant, yet controlled enrollment growth and exposure among the teachers in the greater Baltimore area.

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Loyola’s Administration program, which prepares future school building principals, was the most popular program among those offered to Baltimore area teachers. This was followed closely by programs in Literacy, Teaching English Language Learners (TELL) and Curriculum & Instruction, which all had very strong numbers considering these were only offered in a face-to-face format. Another successful program was the Educational Technology program. Responding to KTA’s market feedback, Loyola eventually developed an online version of this program which became very popular and lead enrollment for several terms.

With the spring 2019 semester, over 1,200 new students have embarked on their graduate program journey with Loyola University through this partnership. We thank the teachers for their commitment to the program and we thank Loyola University Maryland and everyone involved in their educational program delivery for their dedication to providing the highest quality academics to our mutual audience.

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