TeacherReady in the News!

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Today we celebrate TeacherReady in the News! Thanks to Pensacola News Journal reporter Thomas St. Myer for connecting with us at TeacherReady to learn more about alternative certification and its influence on teacher preparation. TeacherReady is state-approved and is a member of the NCATE accredited professional education unit at the University of West Florida. A brief excerpt from St. Myer’s article is below; read the entire article online here.

TeacherReady in the News

The headline for the PNJ article is “Escambia, Santa Rosa schools see small candidate pool.” The lack of teachers, and more important, the lack of quality teachers comes to the forefront this time of year with the beginning of the new school year. Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Now’s the time to get started. Be one of the more than 200 teacher candidates beginning with us as the start of the new school year commences. By starting now, these individuals have the opportunity to complete their professional certificate within the upcoming school year. Join us today, make a difference in the classroom tomorrow.


St. Meyer, Thomas. August 11, 2016. Escambia, Santa Rosa schools see small candidate pool. Pensacola News Journal. Accessed online here.

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Become a teacher with the assistance of TeacherReady. TeacherReady offers individuals an opportunity to earn a professional teaching certificate from the State of Florida; it was developed by teachers for teachers and is a member of the NCATE/CAEP accredited Professional Education Unit at the University of West Florida.


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