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We will help you to become a teacher. For over 100 years, Lesley has been known for its dedication to teacher, student, and classroom improvement. Our practice-based programs and comprehensive assessment system provide the experiences necessary for your success. Feedback from principals and superintendents who have hired Lesley graduates consistently shows that our graduates make a difference in their schools. Have questions about how to become a licensed teacher in Massachusetts? Learn more about how to become and stay a licensed educator and Lesley's Certification and Educator Licensure Office.Want to take a course this summer for professional development? Check our online and on-campus listings.
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