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 coursework, 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 & Events
April 18: UD students, alumni and educators are invited to join as for UD’s education career fair – Project Search. Meet and interview employers from across the country or stop by the ARTC table and see how we can train you to teach in a critical needs subject area.
- Staffing changes at ARTC – in March we bid farewell to Rob Grey, who has taken a position with the Delaware Dept of Education. We welcome two new staff members, Ann Hilkert, coordinator for the Master’s Plus Certification Program, and Liz Terlecki, overseeing secondary special education students and the certification process.
- Please note: Due to an overwhelming response this spring, it may take longer to review new Statement of Interests/transcripts. Thank you for your understanding.