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TEA Provides Certification Guidance

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As the 2020–2021 school year gets underway, districts are still struggling to find certified teachers to fill vacancies.

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) recently posted Certification Assignment Flexibility. Similar to our September 2018 HRX post, 7 Ways to Qualify an Uncertified Teacher, this guidance provides flexibility options for districts seeking to qualify uncertified teachers.

TEA describes in detail possible uses of the different types of options. The guidance concludes with real-life scenarios and application of noted flexibility options.

If an HR office has specific questions related to these options, TEA recommends submitting a help desk ticket using the subject line: Certification Assignment Flexibility Options.

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Karen Dooley
Karen Dooley
HR Services Assistant Director

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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