Hi, I have currently applied to a variety of teacher education programs (mostly in California but some in the East Coast) and was mostly looking at the credential + Masters programs. I noticed that different schools had different "types" of masters degree. I've seen M.Ed, Master Teacher, Masters of Arts in Teaching, etc, and I was wondering if there is a significant difference between them? Is there one that schools would "prefer"? Ones that are more "prestigious" or in-depth than others? Decisions haven't been sent out yet but I was just trying to get a feel for what the deal was. If it makes a difference, I'm looking at teaching secondary education, focusing on physics. Thanks so much for your time!