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The state of Alabama requires teachers of world languages to hold a valid Professional Educator Certificate issued by the Alabama State Department of Education. To get a teaching credential in Alabama, the applicant must complete the necessary college coursework, teacher preparation program, and standardized tests required by the State of Alabama. For additional information about certification, please, consult the Alabama State Department of Education.

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Alabama


Professional Educator Certificate (AL)


Languages: French, German, Latin, Spanish


Provisional Certificate in a Teaching Field (AL)


Languages: French, German, Latin, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian


Certificate Reciprocity Approach (Out-Of-State) (AL)


Languages: French, German, Latin, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian


Foreign Credentials Approach (Out-Of-Country) (AL)


Languages: French, German, Latin, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian


Interim Employment Certificate (AL)


Languages: French, German, Latin, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian


Additional Teaching Field Certification (AL)


Languages: French, German, Latin, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian