Balancing Work, Motherhood, and Academics

October 1, 2023

Amandy Payne, a dedicated educator and reading specialist with 17 years of teaching experience, highlights the transformative power of asynchronous learning in the ACE Curriculum and Instruction Doctorate Program, where she specializes in literacy. Despite her roles as a mother and wife, she successfully balances her commitments, crediting the program’s flexibility and family support for her accomplishments.

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