You can start as soon as possible. We offer rolling admissions.
To qualify for a Temporary Certificate, the state requires individuals to have a GPA of a 2.5 or higher in the major area. If you don’t meet this requirement, you can pursue additional degrees at the post-bachelor level and use the updated GPA from the completed degree.
You can send your official transcripts multiple ways. The quickest method to get started is for your university to send electronic officials or to scan official transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Garnishment Waiver is a state-required document. If you provide more than one-half the support for a child or other dependent, all or part of your income is exempt from garnishment under Florida Law. You can waive this protection only by signing this document. To start the program, this document will need to be signed.
Yes, you will be required to complete a Background Check as part of the admission process. The Background Check is completely free to you.
You need to be either a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to be admitted.
You will need to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree before starting the program.
A Statement of Eligibility is not a certificate. The Florida Department of Education lists out all requirements to be issued both a Temporary Certificate and a Professional Certificate. A temporary certificate is the document you receive once you have been hired and hold an Eligible SOE.
If your Statement of Eligibility reflects a ‘Not Eligible’ status, it is recommended that you take your Subject Area Exam, as passing this will aid in eligibility.
You will get your Professional Certificate once you have completed the program, passed all state required exams and created a FEAPS Portfolio.
Certification requirements vary state to state. To determine the reciprocation policies and procedures, please contact the state’s department of education.
The CG-10 is the $75.00 application that you send to the Florida Department of Education to receive your Statement of Eligibility.
The length of the program is up to you! Our online training is self-paced and designed for you to do on your own time, so if you are currently working it’s not a problem at all! Once you have completed your training, you will teach in the classroom while completing your remaining program requirements.
There are 3 State Exams: The General Knowledge Test (GK), Professional Education Test (PEd) and the Subject Area Exam (SAE). The exam costs are not included in the price of the program. You will go through the Florida Teacher Certification Examinations (FTCE) to take all state exams.
No, you do not need classroom experience. Our program is designed for all types of candidates, including those who have never stepped inside a classroom.
We have diagnostic exam reviews for all four sections of the General Knowledge Test. We will also provide you with resources to study for your Subject Area Exam and the Professional Education Test.
During your internship, you are paid as a full-time teacher of record.
The Department of Education issues your Temporary Certificate. Typically, your school of employment will submit a request to the Department of Education on your behalf. We recommend discussing this with your employer to ensure you are issued your certificate in a timely fashion.
You are eligible to begin looking for a teaching position as soon as you have received a Statement of Eligibility marked ‘Eligible’.
Teachers of Tomorrow is the leading certification program, having more than 55,000 hired teachers since inception.
We have plenty of resources to help guide you through the interview process, including resume review services, practice interview questions, portfolio guidance, and more!
You pay a low enrollment fee of only $195 after admission, which gives you full, unlimited access to your training and testing resources. The remaining $2,800 is contingent upon you getting hired.
If you start or complete our training and decide teaching is not for you, the remaining balance of the program fee is not due, it is completely contingent upon getting hired.
Please see our pricing guide for a comprehensive list of this information.
Yes! You pay only $195 to get started, and the remaining balance of $2,800 is paid through monthly installments once you are hired as the teacher of record and receiving full pay and benefits.
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