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The staff here at EnglishTeacherEDU.org is keenly aware of the personality type drawn to a career in English education. We understand the unique challenge that comes with turning a love of literature into a rewarding career in public and private education.

The questions all aspiring English teachers have are similar when setting out on a path that takes them through a teacher preparation program before finally qualifying for teacher certification. At the end of this path is a career in which educators impart a reverence for literature and the writing process to the students they teach.

EnglishTeacherEDU.org was created to shed light on this path and offer direction. The heart and soul of this resource are the state guides detailing the education options, teacher preparation program requirements, and examination process involved in becoming an English teacher. We have worked tirelessly to develop a resource that is as reliable as it is easy to understand.

Here you’ll find everything from the latest salary information and job growth projections for each state, to board-approved teacher preparation programs and continuing education requirements for maintaining certification. We encourage the aspiring English teachers that find their way to EnglishTeacherEDU.org to use this free resource as a personal guide on the path to a career in English education.