Know another state before you relocate to teach there for a different experience.
In the United States, every state has its own set of certification and licensure rules and requirements. Living conditions and job opportunities for teachers may also vary from state to state. Some school districts allow new teachers an emergency certification, letting new teachers step immediately into classrooms while working toward permanent certification. In some cases, transition to another state can be easier, if you’re willing to teach in a high-needs area or specialty. So it is always wise to know what to expect when you are applying for a teaching job in another state.
In this section you will learn about:
- Basic Requirements
- Scope of Your Career as a Teacher in the State
- Favored Provisions in the State