University of Dallas Uses Grant to Expand Alternative Teacher Certification Program

The University of Dallas has announced expansion of its Alternative Teacher Certification Program, providing scholarships for up to 100 K-12 teachers and making the opportunity available to educators across the country through development of high-quality online courses.

Dr. Matthew Post, assistant dean of the University of Dallas’ Braniff Graduate School, said, “This program will strengthen our commitment to helping teachers and promoting excellence in K-12 education, thereby serving our communities and ultimately, we hope, the entire country.”

Here’s the University of Dallas’ full news. Find a copy of the grant agreement here. And learn more about additional research and programs the Foundation supports.

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