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16 States with Great Alternative Routes to Teaching

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Becoming a teacher is a tricky process, made even more complicated by the fact that every state in the U.S. has different qualifications. Teaching researched and found 16 states that offer easier routes to teaching with various alternative programs. These states are ideal for prospective teachers who have completed a non-teaching degree or are choosing teaching as a second career. Becoming a certified teacher isn’t a simple process in any state, but these programs do allow for expedited ways to get a full-time teaching career. Want to know which 16 states made our list? Read and find out!

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