Teacher Development Program
The teacher development program is designed to give four-year college graduates an opportunity to be employed as a teacher assistant while being mentored in teacher level skills. Over the last ten years, three-hundred teacher assistants have become teaching professionals.
Monthly workshops are held to explain the details of the program and answer the following questions:
- What are the Licensure requirements?
- How can I become a provisionally licensed teacher with a four-year college degree?
- How do I receive mentorship opportunities from professional teachers?
- How do I receive educational training to improve my classroom skills?
- How do I gain experience working with students?
- Where do I begin?
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