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CES Licensure Programs

Whether you are just beginning on the path to becoming an educator or seeking to expand your skills after years in the classroom, our programs and courses can meet your needs.

Be an instructional leader. Reach out beyond the classroom to collaborate with colleagues, administration, families and communities to create the best learning opportunities for your students.

Be an agent for positive social change. Promote equity and anti-racist education in your practice and educational community.

Be an impactful educator for all students. Bring together content frameworks and effective instructional practices that work for all of your students.

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Teacher Licensure

Learn how to earn your Initial or Additional License, earn credit towards a waiver or start a new career in teaching.

Administrative Leadership

Become an administrative leader by earning the Principal/Assistant Principal (preK-6, 5-8 or 9-12) or Supervisor/Director License.

District Cohorts for Licensure

Bring a teacher preparation or administrative leadership program to your school or district, customized for your district, your teachers and your students.

I am so happy that I chose this licensure program. Not only was it well organized, but everyone along the way has been kind, understanding and helpful.

— Matt Paquette


CES offers SEI Endorsement courses, ISTE Certification training, and Reading Recovery professional development.

SEI Endorsement Center

DESE has designated CES as an approved SEI Endorsement Center offering for-cost Sheltered English Instruction (SEI) courses for teachers and administrators.  

ISTE Certification Training

ISTE Certification for Educators is the only vendor-neutral, internationally recognized credential for educators who have demonstrated mastery of the ISTE Standards for Educators.

Reading Recovery Center

Reading Recovery is a preventative early literacy intervention program designed to provide a second chance to first grade children who are at risk of failing to learn to read.

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