Useful links from the Texas Education Agency website:
TEA conducts a national criminal history check on all applicants for certification, at the link below you will be able to get the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
The Texas Education Agency ensures that the state's EPPs are high-quality institutions that recruit and prepare qualified educators to meet the
needs of all learners in today's and tomorrow's Texas classrooms.
The information posted is available to assist individuals interested in obtaining a teaching certificate to select the educator preparation program
that best meets their needs.
Texas law requires that educators pass appropriate tests to become certified. The office of Educator Testing oversees testing requirements for the state of Texas.
Effective September 1, 2015 the TEA will waive certain fees for eligible military service members, military veterans, and military spouses.
If you hold an educator credential from another state or country, you must apply for a review of your credentials.
This page provides links to the minimum salary schedules for Texas classroom teachers, full-time librarians and full-time counselors.
Two statewide employment websites are available free to those seeking jobs with Texas school districts and charters.
List of Reviewed Foreign Credential Evaluator Providers