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‘On Ramp’ to teaching profession begins for 2022-2023 school year

New Brunswick - A pair of educational agencies (LEA’s) located in Hub City were recently approved by the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) for its “Limited Certificate of Eligibility and Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing Five-Year Pilot Program,” an act to recruit more teachers. The pilot program , which begins this school year, was made official as a supplemental law by Governor Murphy in September 2021. Murphy traveled to Washington D.C. today to “participate” in a White House Domestic Policy Council meeting “Focused on the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to strengthen the teaching profession and help K-12 school districts source talent to fill vacancies,” according to the governor's office.  The two LEA’s, New Brunswick School District and the Greater Brunswick Charter School are among eight LEA’s in Middlesex County or 182 throughout the state listed on an Excel spreadsheet (as of August 19, 2022). While the document is updated weekly, the li