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Check out NJ Department of Education official website. In NY all you need to do is obtain your master's degree, earn a number of years of experience, get some PD hours under your belt, and, if possible, earn an extra certification.

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Youthcantknow 07-31-2019 09:25 AM

I'm in NJ and I'm highly qualified in one subject and have certs for other subjects. The difference is that for the HQ subject I passed the Praxis test but didn't take the required credits/classes in that subject area in college. I've got certs for the other subjects because I took enough credits in addition to passing the Praxis. For what it's worth, in my district I don't think my HQ status means anything anymore - the admin. want teachers that have certs to teach those subjects.

K12ENLTeacher 07-30-2019 11:53 PM

Check out NJ Department of Education official website. In NY all you need to do is obtain your master's degree, earn a number of years of experience, get some PD hours under your belt, and, if possible, earn an extra certification.

suzlily 07-30-2019 04:15 PM

Hi,

How do you become a highly qualified teacher in a subject area in NJ? I am a certified teacher k-8 and not sure what I need to do next.... Thank you In advance!




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