More future educators are getting the opportunity to get into classrooms sooner with Florida’s Temporary Teacher Internship Certification Pathway | News World

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WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Classrooms across Florida, including in Walton County, need more educators.

To address the ongoing teacher shortage, the Florida Department of Education has opened up a new opportunity called the Temporary Teacher Internship Certification Pathway for people who are currently enrolled in state-approved teacher preparation programs to become teachers. The pathway is designed to get those future educators in the classroom sooner.

Walton County School District Human Resources Director Candy Bodie said while the district has maintained the needed number of teachers, any assistance in finding qualified staff is welcome.

“We’re looking for more teachers right now,” Bodie said. “The DOE is making it easier, or allowing people to enter the teaching profession more quickly- earlier than they once could.”

Bodie added that each year in the past few years, there has been a rapid increase in students being enrolled in the district. With this, more and more…


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