Independent Study - Just For Teachers Just for Teachers Teachers may take independent study courses to fulfill the requirementsfor mississippi teacher certification or Certification renewal. http://www.outreach.olemiss.edu/independent_study/OCEpagesIS/OCEteachersIS.htm
Extractions: Teachers may take independent study courses to fulfill the requirements for Mississippi Teacher Certification or Certification renewal. These courses also fulfill Teacher Certification and Certification renewal requirements in many other states. Information about Mississippi requirements should be obtained from the State Department of Education The web page includes Independent Study courses that may be applied toward Add-on Areas of Endorsement. Teachers residing outside of Mississippi should obtain course approval from their State Department of Education before enrolling. In addition to Independent Study courses we offer several Ole Miss Online courses that are geared for educators.
PRAXIS/National Teachers Exam Information mississippi teacher certification Minimum Scores; Testing Dates Registration Deadlines; Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About http://www.msstate.edu/dept/COE/nte_info.html
Extractions: ** See the PRAXIS/NTE Booklet for late registration dates. TEST PREPARATION (Helpful Hints from the Counseling Center You will be taking a standardized test on Saturday. This means that the procedure and instructions for administration must be strictly adhered to by those administering the PRAXIS/NTE all over the world. There may be aspects of the testing procedure that you do not understand. Therefore, please feel free to ask the test administrator any questions, or voice any concerns you have about the procedure. The Educational Testing Service (ETS) has scheduled a rigorous testing day that does not allow for an adequate lunch break. Therefore, you may want to take your lunch and even a snack for your mid-morning break after Section 1.
Unsaved:///newpage6.htm mississippi teacher certification State Dept. of Education PO Box 771 Jackson, MS392.050771 (601) 359-03483. North Carolina Certification Section State Dept. http://www.andrews.edu/CPPS/lists/teacher.certification.offices.html
Educator License links to 50 State's certification requirements for teachers, administrators, and other P12 support personnel to collect the teacher certification requirements for the continually revising their teacher certification/licensure rules and search for teacher certification information, you find http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/license
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org You MUST have the free Acrobat reader software ALREADY installed on your computer BEFORE downloading. This software is available from the Adobe web site. To obtain the software, click on the icon below and follow directions. Click on the icon at left to download Acrobat Reader The Alternate Route is for individuals with a non-teacher education bachelor degree from an accredited college or university. Currently there are three methods to obtaining certification through the Alternate Route. They are as follows:
Extractions: P.O. Box 1700, Jackson, MS 39205 I. Applicant with master's degree but without experience. A. Alternative 1. 1. Complete only the first page of the application from the State Board of Health for a temporary license. 2. Apply to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association for Certification. 3. Complete application from the State Board of Health for initial license after successful completion of requirements for American Speech- Language-Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence. 4. All licensees shall apply for renewal of license annually in order to maintain license. B. Alternative 2. 1. Complete the first page of the application from the State Board of Health for a temporary license. 2. Complete Part II of application from the State Board of Health (Academic Preparation, Academic Clinical Practicum, and Letter from Director of Training Program) and attach to first page of application.
Mtc mississippi teacher Center reaching the teachers our children deserve ESTABLISHED to attract and retain quality teachers in mississippi. MANDATED by the mississippi Legislature to open in July 1994. National Board certification fees. For more information on NBC, visit nbpts.org. The mississippi teacher Shortage Act http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/mtc
Extractions: The updated vacancy list is provided monthly to prospective teachers who have registered with the placement service. Mississippi school district personnel are encouraged to report current vacancies to the us each month. If you are interested in becoming certified to teach in Mississippi, please contact our Office of Educator Licensure at www.mde.k12.ms.us/license
Extractions: "The requirements have yet to be announced to students and in a couple of months they will be looking for a teaching position," said Tom Bates, certification officer and associate professor of education leadership. "I'm afraid that a lot of people will realize that they have waited too late because they did not know about the new policy. It's going to leave a lot of people high and dry,"
Extractions: If you are considering teaching as a career choice, the following information will be vital to you. The rules governing teacher certification change regularly, vary greatly across states, and many states have a number of different options, including alternate teacher certification. Below is a list of the specific offices to call regarding teacher certification requirements in each state.
State Contacts For Alternative Teacher Certification Poll results show rapid development of alternative routes to teacher certification at the state level. This table provides related state contacts. (651) 5828833. mississippi Department of Education Office of Educator Licensure http://www.ncei.com/State-alt-contact.htm
Program institute, combined with passing scores on the Praxis I and II, enables recruitsto qualify for teacher certification with the mississippi State Department of http://www.olemiss.edu/programs/mtc/program.htm
Extractions: What is the Mississippi Teacher Corps? The Mississippi Teacher Corps is a professional program for highly motivated, outstanding college graduates willing to take on the challenge of high school instruction for a two-year period or longer. Participants receive the following benefits Free tuition for a Master of Arts degree in Curriculum and Instruction Stipend for Books Accommodating Class Schedule (Weekend Classes) Housing for Weekend Courses Continuous Field Support Education Graduates are ineligible. Individuals that are already certified to teach through the alternate route may be eligible, depending on the amount of education courses they have had. Objective of the Program The objective of the program is three-fold: To provide dedicated, talented teachers for Mississippi school districts where an inadequate supply of teachers exists.
Extractions: Contributing Writer When Kathleen Sullivan graduated from Williams College magna cum laude last June, she wanted to be exposed to something "more real." So she decided to take off from New England and go as far south as possible. She joined the Teacher Corps, a Mississippi version of Peace Corps, to teach in one of the nation's most poverty-stricken areas - the Mississippi Delta. She couldn't find a "more real" world. She stumbled upon this job by accident. While searching a prospective job in the career counseling center at Williams College, she found "a little pamphlet of the Mississippi Teacher Corps [that] was stuck in some ragged-old notebook." Sullivan had never been in Mississippi before. "It looked really intriguing."
Pass Christian Schools - Employment OFFICE OF teacher certification Teaching certificate information may be obtainedby writing the Office of teacher certification, mississippi State Department http://www.passchristianschools.com/employ\employ.html
Extractions: Pass Christian School District Central Office at (228) 452-3398. Application Requirements for Prospective Teaching Personnel RECOMMENDATION FORMS - Recommendation forms will be mailed to the individuals you have listed as references on your application by personnel of the Pass Christian Public School District. All applicants should sign and date the Recommendation Release Authorization forms found on each recommendation form and return the recommendation forms with the completed application to the Pass Christian Public School District, 257 Davis Avenue, Pass Christian, Mississippi 39571.
" MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION " be mailed directly from the registrar's office to the Office of teacher certification,State Department of Education, PO Box 771, Jackson, mississippi 39205. http://www.academploy.com/cert/certms.htm
Extractions: Jackson, MS 39205-0771 FAX: (601) 359-2778 The following information must be provided for teacher certification: A complete transcript of your (undergraduate) (graduate) (additional) credits on which we are to base certification mailed to this office directly from the college(s) where the credits were earned. The enclosed application form properly executed. (THE INSTITUTIONAL RECOMMENDATION MUST BE SIGNED BY THE DEAN 0F EDUCATION AT THE COLLEGE YOUR DEGREE WAS EARNED BEFORE IT IS SENT TO THIS OFFICE). A copy of your CORE Battery (all three modules) and teaching area scores made on your National Teacher Examinations directly from the college or testing center. Sealed copies sent to applicant ARE NOT ACCEPTED by this office. Minimum scores are established by the State Board of Education. Send to this office a copy of your valid out-of-state certificate based on your bachelor's or higher degree. Written statement(s) from county or separate district superintendent, for whom you have taught, certifying that you have taught for year(s) in the (secondary) (elementary) (special subject) field.
Extractions: MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972 As Amended SEC. 37-19-9. Minimum teacher certification requirements. No teacher holding a certificate of less than an "A" classification shall be eligible to teach in the public schools of this state; in setting such standards, the state board of education may designate certificates of vocational and technical teachers which will be considered as equivalent to Class A or AA certificates for the purpose of the scale as set forth in section , and for the purpose of the experience increases provided for in section . If, however, an emergency situation shall arise which would require the employment of a teacher with less than an "A" certificate, such teacher may be hired with permission in writing from the state board of education and then for only one (1) year at the time. The governing authorities of the school district needing the services of such teacher shall apply in writing to the state board of education for permission and shall state therein the circumstances creating the emergency and other reasons for the request to hire such a teacher. It shall be entirely in the discretion of the state board of education to determine whether or not such an emergency exists and whether or not such permission should be granted. SOURCES: Former 1972 Code Sec.
Extractions: This article is taken from The Job Search Handbook for Educators. Each year, more than 135,000 teacher candidates use this book to help organize their job searches. This is just one of many featured articles which are researched and written by AAEE members. If you would like more information on ordering this handbook, c lick here The Job Search Handbook for Educators A teaching certification is valid only in the state for which it is issued, and certification and testing requirements are never static. If you are planning to move to another state, you should contact that state's certification office, as listed below. The number code following each entry indicates the types of testing which the state required at the time this information was published in the 1999 Job Search Hanbook. The key to the codes follows the state listing. When you write or call the state certification office, indicate the type of certificate you are receiving from your current state, which national tests you have taken, and ask for application materials and procedures for obtaining certification in the new state. Another source of information about certification requirements will be the actual districts to which you apply.
Extractions: SEC. 37-9-11. Testing of applicants for teacher certification. The state board of education is authorized and directed to require tests such as the common and teaching areas of the National Teacher Examination or an examination of achievement as one of the requirements for the issuance of public school professional certificates issued after January 1, 1972, to any person applying for the first time for a professional certificate.
About The MPSA area of Arkansas, Louisiana, mississippi and Tennessee. The association offers suchservices as school accreditation, teacher certification, student activities http://www.mpsa.org/committees/purpose.html
Extractions: Teacher Certification Commission ... Home EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Executive Committee of the MPSA, which is composed of 12 members, is the governing board of the association. The committee includes one lay director (board member of a school) and one administrator chosen annually by the schools from each of the five geographical districts of the MPSA. Four additional laymen are chosen by the membership to serve as officers of the association. The Executive Committee is responsible for such items of business as reviewing and approving applications for membership, dismissal of schools not meeting minimal accrediting standards, hiring personnel to staff the association's central office, setting the annual budget for the association, approval of policies and standards recommended by the commissions and any other business that is of general concern to the membership. This board also renders final decisions on all appeals from any part of the infrastructure of the organization.