The Master of Education degree in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education (SCAE) is for the educational professional interested in expanding their knowledge and skills about the fundamental role that education plays in society. SCAE students use the tools of the social sciences and humanities to study fundamental issues in education, such as equity, justice, school reform, and educational change.
Our students are interested in improving educational access, outcomes, and opportunities for all students and grounding their professional work in multiple forms of evidence. Our students are interested in both domestic and international settings and how global trends influenced local settings. SCAE is a unique combination of two educational fields of study -- Comparative Education and Social Foundations of Education – that brings together a faculty with diverse interests in educational change and improvement.