Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics & Career Technical Education
Recent legislation expanded options for programs offering credential preparation for staffing science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and career technical education classrooms. This document [PDF] provides a brief guide to introduce prospective program sponsors to the program accreditation process as it describes program standards, delivery model options and the steps to achieving and maintaining accreditation status.
As a result of recent legislation, individuals interested in earning math, science or career technical education credentials have new options available to them. This document [PDF] provides guidance for individuals interested in teaching science, technology, engineering, mathematics and career technical education classes.
Are you currently certified in your industry and want to teach your craft in the classroom? Then the Business and Industry Partnership teaching authorization [PDF] may be for you.