Go for dual credit
Are you a high school teacher interested in becoming credentialed to teach dual credit courses? The Post-Secondary Partnerships and Programs Department is holding an information session next week to share details on how you can become one.
The Post-Secondary Partnerships and Programs Department maintains and manages a list of high school teachers who are credentialed by Dallas College to teach dual credit courses, which are available throughout the PTECH high school programs. A high school dual credit credentialed teacher is someone who has completed the Dallas College application/credentialing process and has received official approval and notification from Dallas College.
The information session is an effort to support the districts’ early college high school initiatives and dual credit programs by recruiting teachers who may be interested in becoming credentialed to teach dual credit courses.
The session will take place from 5 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26. To register for the session, visit http://tiny.cc/juneoy. For more information about the program, visit: www.dallasisd.org/postsecondarysuccess.