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    All About Salary & Benefits

    Get all your questions answered—starting salary, vacation, career opportunities and more.

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  • Male teachers with white glasses looking at a computer with a male high school student

    Guide to Getting Certified

    This guide walks you through the steps you'll take to earn your teaching certification.

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    Guide to the Durational Shortage Area Permit

    Learn how you can start teaching under a DSAP, with step-by-step instructions to get started.

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  • A smiling young woman watches a presentation during her teaching program

    Teaching Program Requirements

    Find out what application materials you'll need, how to request transcripts and more.

  • A Muslim woman studies for her Connecticut subject area assessments at her laptop

    Prepare for Certification Tests

    Find out what exams you'll need to get licensed, and explore study materials and tools.

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  • A young woman searches for teaching program financial aid options on her laptop

    Pay for Your Teaching Program

    Get to know your financial aid options when it comes to paying for a teaching program.

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  • A student's hands type a personal statement on a blue laptop.

    Stellar Essays & Cover Letters

    Learn how to craft your personal statement or cover letter, and download our template.

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  • A young man with glasses works on his teaching resume at a laptop

    Craft a Winning Resume

    Need a fresh resume to apply to a job or a teaching program? We’ve got you covered.

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  • A man with glasses smiles at the computer as he receives his letter of recommendation

    Get Strong Recommendation Letters

    Follow these guidelines to ask for a letter of recommendation.

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