eduCATE-WI provides educator certification programs for prospective and practicing teachers and administrators in the areas of special education, general education and educational administration.
eduCATE-WI is committed to equal opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation or other protected status.
An alternative certification program for cross-categorical and early childhood teachers of Special Education.
An alternative certification program for Business Manager, Principal, Director of Instruction, Director of Special Education & Pupil Services, and Superintendent.
An alternative teacher certification program for persons with bachelor's degrees in shortage areas: agriculture, art, business, computer science, engineering, English as a second language, family & consumer education, world languages, mathematics, music, sciences, and technology.
An alternative route program for special education teachers, general education teachers and administrators who already hold a license and want to add an age level or subject level in a shortage area.
Provides online workshops designed to assist with removing stipulations on a teaching license.
End of May 2021 Semester
Start of Fall 2021 Semester
Application Deadline for Spring 2022 Semester
End of Fall 2021 Semester
The assignments and discussions helped me grow as a leader and have prepared me for my future endeavors.
I felt that the Instructor successfully guided us through the edTPA. I am confident that I have the tools needed in order to complete it successfully.
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