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Program Highlights

Career Opportunities

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Recruiters love Texas State teachers!

Each semester, you have the opportunity to network with over 100 districts from Texas, out-of-state, and even international schools. Check out the Career Services Events calendar for the next upcoming Teacher Job Fair. 

Texas State teachers stay in the field longer: 81% of teachers from Texas State University are still teaching after five years!

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Highlighted Pass Rates


Core Subjects EC-6

Pass rate for the EC-6 Exam on the first attempt (2017).



Pass rate for the English as a Second Language (ESL) Exam on the first attempt (2017).


Special Education

Pass rate of the Special Education Exam on the first attempt (2017).

Why Texas State?

Texas State teachers go above and beyond.

In 2017-2018, dozens of alumni transferred their teaching certificates to Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Australia, and Hong Kong!

Texas State teachers make an impression.

In a survey administered by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Principals have the opportunity to rate first-year teachers. The Principal Survey consistently shows that Texas State teachers are prepared to maintain positive rapport with students' families. They know how to use technology with data, and they understand how to motivate students through learner-centered instruction.



Texas State teachers are a legacy.

The university opened in 1903 as a Normal School with the mission of preparing Texas public school teachers. Today, Texas State University continues to produce more public school teachers than any other university-based Educator Preparation Program in Texas. Our experienced faculty of former teachers design challenging curriculum that attracts talent from around the globe.