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#T.E.A.C.H. requires all candidates pursuing admission to the program to provide evidence of the following:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution 

  • Official transcripts with a 3.00 GPA or higher 

    • ​Options are available for GPA's lower than 3.00 but at least a 2.70. Schedule a call with an admissions advisor for details​ by Clicking Here

  • International Transcripts (Evaluation Required)

    • SpanTran is our recommended international transcript evaluation service. They have created a custom application for T.E.A.C.H. will make sure you select the right kind of evaluation at a discounted rate. You can access their application here: SpanTran Application - T.E.A.C.H.

  • Completed application

  • Virtual Interview (if GPA is below 3.00)

Prior to receiving your residency license, you must also: 

  • Pass the Praxis Subject Assessment in your desired area of certification, or

  • Provide proof that you have completed 24 hours of coursework in the requested licensure area

NOTE: RL Forms cannot be completed by #TEACH unless candidates are BOTH Admitted AND Enrolled. To be considered fully enrolled, ALL of the following must be true:


  1. Admission Letter - Received

  2. Enrollment Fee - Paid In Full

  3. Program Fee - Paid in Full OR 15 Month Payment Plan initiated as evidenced by first payment being drafted from your account.

  4. Green Light Letter - Received




  • If you receive your Residency License based on having 24 hours in the content area, you must STILL pass your content area test AND a Pedagogy Test (PPAT or EdTPA) before your Residency License can convert to a Professional License.


  • If you receive your Residency License based on passing your content area test, you must STILL pass a Pedagogy Test (PPAT or EdTPA) before your Residency License can convert to a Professional License.


  • All tests should be completed as soon as possible after receiving your Residency License. The Residency License can only be renewed two times. If you have not completed all course requirements and passed all required tests prior to the expiration of the 2nd renewal of the Residency License, you will no longer be able to teach until the missing requirements are met.

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