Professional and Continuing Education (PACE)

K-12 Continuing Education Course Offerings

K-12 Continuing Education Course Offerings

Convenient, Flexible, Efficient, and Effective

The Lindenwood Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) provides graduate credit opportunities for K-12 educators and counselors in cooperation with select educational agencies, school districts, and recognized experts in their field. 

Any graduate credit hours earned through these classes will NOT be suitable for transfer into any graduate degree program, nor is it intended to satisfy academic requirements for new state licensure or certification. These may be applied, in most cases, to satisfy CEUs or professional development requirements (plus hours) for licensure renewal. It is up to individual school districts and state certification renewal requirements as to whether they will approve these graduate credits for teachers to move up the pay scale (plus hours). 

Graduate credits are nonrefundable, so participants are strongly encouraged to verify with their own state education boards, human resource/professional development coordinators, or academic institution to determine if this graduate credit is applicable.

American School Counselor Association (ASCAU)

Central RPDC - Missouri

Credit4Teachers (National)

Credit4teachers offers self-paced, online courses that are empowering, convenient, and inspirational. Video and book courses are available for graduate credit through Lindenwood University. Take a course independently or register with a group for a discount and perks. For more information about these courses, visit www.credit4teachers.com

Chapman Foundation For Caring Communities

Education Plus - St. Louis RPDC

Ferguson Florissant School District (MO)

Fort Zumwalt School District (MO)

Francis Howell School District (MO)

Illinois Association for Gifted Children

Lindenwood University

Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA)

Missouri Gifted Association

Missouri School Counselors Association

Missouri Art Education Association (MAEA)

Missouri School For the Blind

National Association of Peer Program Professionals

New Albany Plain Schools (Ohio)

Ohio School Counselors Association

Power School (National)

Rockwood School District (MO)

Regional Office of Education - 8 (Illinois)

Regional Office of Education - 9 and 54 (Illinois)

School District of Washington (MO)

Science Coach - St. Louis

South Central RPDC - Missouri

St. Charles School District (MO)

St. Louis AOSA

Warrenton School District (MO)

Wentzville School District (MO)