Ohio Eliminates Master’s Degree Requirement for Teachers

Current teachers who are looking to renew their professional state teaching license are no longer required to earn a master’s degree according to new Ohio legislation.
Nov. 27, 2012 - PRLog -- Notre Dame College, a private, liberal arts college in Great Cleveland, shares an article highlighting recent requirement changes for Ohio teachers.

NDC released an article today titled, "Ohio Eliminates Master’s Degree Requirement for Teachers," which you can find here: http://online.notredamecollege.edu/masters-education-degree/ohio-masters-requirement-for-teachers/

"Prior to the legislation that eliminated the master’s degree requirement from the licensing process, Ohio teachers were initially required to earn a two-year provisional license after successfully completing the Praxis I and II exams and graduating from an accredited four-year college or university," states NDC.

About NDC:

Notre Dame College sits on 53 picturesque wooded acres, tucked away in a quiet suburban neighborhood just outside of Cleveland, Ohio – the only small liberal arts college in Greater Cleveland. We value the low student-faculty ratio that fosters a warm personal atmosphere and the individual attention that contributes to success.
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