Educator Licensure Programs

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Educator Licensure Programs

Be the teacher students need.

  • Be an instructional leader - Reach out beyond the classroom to collaborate with colleagues, administration, families & 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

We believe in transforming education. Let's do it together.

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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.

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Administrative Leadership

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

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District Cohorts

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

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Professional Development

Enhance your resume by taking courses for professional development. Graduate credit and PDP options are available for all courses.

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CES Licensure Programs Prepare You.

Whether you are just beginning on the path to becoming an educator, or you are seeking to expand your skills after years in the classroom, CES’s Licensure Programs and courses can meet your needs. In as little as 18 months, you can start on the path to a rewarding new career in education.

Graduates of the CES Licensure Programs work in districts all across Massachusetts. To see a list of where our graduates work, click here.

To learn more, attend a free information session.

For more information, contact: 
Student Affairs, Licensure Programs
413.586.4900 x5937