Alaska Transition to Teaching program seeks applicants

Alaska Transition to Teaching, an alternative teacher certification program, is currently recruiting applicants who would like to begin teaching in the fall of 2012.

AKT2 is partnership between the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development and 15 rural districts. AKT2 selects individuals who hold at least a bachelor’s degree in an endorsable area and meet other eligibility requirements and prepares them to become secondary teachers in rural high-needs schools in AKT2’s 15 partner districts. 

After successfully completing two years of teaching in a partner district and all requirements of the AKT2 program, candidates receive a state recommendation for teacher certification. Applications are due Nov. 25. Visit www.eed.state.ak.us/akt2 for more information.

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