|Terra, UT collaborate on teaching license|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 02 May 2013 09:30|
FREMONT - A new opportunity for early childhood educators is coming to Terra State Community College next fall.
Those with associate degrees in early childhood education can earn their teaching license through a new degree completion program with the University of Toledo.
"They can complete their associate's degree, be licensed pre-K and under, and then locally complete the bachelor's degree and be licensed through third grade," said Stacey Pistorova, in the ECE program at Terra State.
There will be special scholarships available for transfer students.
For more information, contact Pistorova at (419) 559-2216.
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