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INSPIRE TEXAS teacher training includes a built-in network of education professionals who contribute not only to your preparation as a teacher, but also to professional development throughout your career in education. Unlike many other programs, INSPIRE TEXAS provides more than just training. Your fees include expert instructor-led coursework and Quality Matters© certified curriculum, class cohorts, mentorships, free job fairs, the ability to certify in other areas of education, and direct resources from our parent organization - Region 4 Education Service Center.
Upon acceptance into our program, you have the option of paying your pre-service training fee in monthly installments. The remaining balance is not due until you land your first teaching job (Internship or Clinical Teaching). We do our best to provide affordable solutions for you while on your journey to becoming a teacher.
|Application Fee (nonrefundable)||$95|
Payable in 5 installments
$100 discount on this fee if paid in full at registration
Once you begin your teaching assignment, either as a salaried intern or as a clinical teacher, the following fees go into effect:
|Internship (Internship payments begin once candidates start their full time teaching assignment)||$4,180|
Clinical Teaching Fee*
(Clinical Teaching Fee is payable in monthly installments over the duration of the teaching assignment.)
Clinical Teaching Application Fee
*Clinical Teaching Application Fee - $100.00 is applied toward the clinical teaching fee unless the candidate cancels
|Certification Exams||per exam $116|
|Probationary or InternTeacher Certificate Application||$78|
|Standard Teacher Certificate Application||$78|
|Criminal History Check Fee||$52|
Military OneSource is provided by the Department of Defense at no cost to active duty, Guard, and Reserve service members (regardless of activation status), their families and survivors.
Visit Military OneSource today at http://www.militaryonesource.mil or call 800-342-9647.
Each year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) submits a list of subject matter teacher shortage areas and a list of designated low-income schools to the US Department of Education (USDE). Teachers with certain types of student loans may qualify for partial loan forgiveness, deferment, or cancellation benefits.
For more information, visit the TEA website.