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Is the teacher shortage a problem? As detailed in part one and part two of this three-part blog series, the teacher shortage is real and it’s having a negative effect on students and schools. But there is good news; although the teacher shortage…

Getting Back IN School It’s no secret that students need to be back in classrooms—now. In fact, all major organizations responsible for tracking youth growth and development, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, agree that in-person education is the best option. Of…

Ready for Change When enrolling in college at the young age of 18, most of us have no idea what adulthood is like. Yet, we are expected to select courses and major in a subject that aligns with our…

Teaching Abroad International educator Cristina Chua has been teaching abroad for more than ten years. In the early 2000s, Cristina lived in the Philippines and worked office jobs. She had bounced from the retail industry to the hardware industry,…

Patriot Day September 11th, we celebrate Patriot Day. As we reflect on the horrific September 11, 2001 attacks, American Board takes this day to honor the First Responders, Members of our Armed Forces, their Families, and the extraordinarily brave…

American Board’s online teacher certification program provides local community members with the fastest and most efficient path to teacher certification. To do so, the program requires that graduates simply show competency in pedagogy—the art of teaching—and in a subject…

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