The requirements vary from partner school to partner school and we typically have both non-certified and certified roles available. If a role is listed as “certified,” you will need a teaching certificate to be eligible for this role, however, we have many other roles that do not require a teaching certification.
This is true..
I would think a teaching certificate is preferred. Sometimes if u have enough credits, ie in a specific subject area, that is considered .
Of course experience is for your advantage, over other candidates.
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