To support Texas school districts in their quest to find certified and qualified teachers, HR Services is pleased to announce the addition of Certification resources to the HR Library (TASB login required).
Seven Ways to Qualify an Uncertified Teacher has received thousands of views since it was posted in September 2018. In a series of HRX articles published this past spring, we provided more in-depth information about each way to qualify an uncertified teacher, including additional insightful certification and licensing information.
Instead of reading through each article in the HRX, school districts can now go directly to the Certification section of the HR Library to find information about the following and much more:
- Alternative certification
- Emergency permits
- School district teaching permit
- Temporary classroom teaching assignment
- Exceptions and waivers
- District of Innovation exemption
HR Services strives to provide beneficial and timely resources that directly support the work of school district HR departments. For further assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karen Dooley joined HR Services in 2016. She provides oversight to a team of consultants providing staffing services, HR reviews, and other projects. She provides training and assists school districts with their HR-related needs. Dooley is a seasoned administrator with more than 17 years of HR experience in Central Texas districts as a coordinator, director, and assistant superintendent. She also worked as an assistant principal, counselor, and teacher, and holds a superintendent certificate.
Dooley received her master’s degree from Prairie View A&M University and her bachelor’s degree from Texas State University.
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