ARTC offers an alternative to the traditional route to teacher certification in Delaware. Through ARTC, qualified individuals complete certification requirements while they are employed as full-time teachers, through a state-approved program of professional education course work, accompanied by intensive, school-based supervision and mentoring in lieu of student teaching.
Learn more about how to become a certified Teacher of Critical Need Subjects through Alternative Routes to Certification pathways.
Learn more about earning a master’s degree while becoming certified as a:
- Teacher of Students with Special Needs (all grades) through our Master’s Plus Certification Program.
- School Library/Media Specialist through our bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.
- Teacher of English Language Learner through a master’s program.
ARTC News Update
Due to an overwhelming response this fall, it may take longer to review new Statement of Interests/transcripts. Thank you for your understanding.
Update regarding Praxis CORE
Governor Carney signed HB 143 into law on 6/20/17. This bill has eliminated the requirement of Praxis Core (Praxis I) for Licensure. It has also eliminated the Provisional License. Educators with no experience who are receiving their first License will receive a four (4) year Initial License, and will have two school years to complete the Performance Assessment requirement.
Please click here for answers to the questions you may have regarding these changes,