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What’s in This Review?
Texas Teachers at a Glance
- Largest ACP in Texas
- Completely Online
- Great Job Network
- Can Have Poor Customer Service
- Largest ACP in Texas
- No In-Person Option
- $0 Application Fee
- $295 Enrollment Fee
- $4,350 Program Fee
- $4,645 Total Cost
Texas Teachers of Tomorrow is a 100% online alternative certification program. This means there is no “in-person” option for learning, but every candidate works through the curriculum at their own pace.
In the past, Texas Teachers of Tomorrow offered an “in-person” option, but has discontinued that option in favor of the 100% online option.
According to Chapter 229 of the Texas Administrative Code, each EPP shall be held accountable to the rules of EPP accountability adopted by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC). Currently, Texas Teachers hold an “Accredited” status with the SBEC.
Texas Teachers is the largest ACP in Texas, and has been for well over a decade. While it used to offer in-person training, it is 100% online now.
In conversations with current Texas Teachers of Tomorrow candidates, many report they would recommend the program if the person is a self-starter and self-motivated. Teachers of Tomorrow someone take initiative in the program to be successful.
Judging from online reviews and conversations, teachers choose Texas Teachers of Tomorrow because of a referral from an alumni, it’s large job network, and its self-paced curriculum. Teachers cite the confidence in Teachers of Tomorrow helping them find a job, the online curriculum, personal referrals.
Teachers of Tomorrow has been so big, for so long, that it seems to be the default reference for teacher certification.
Web Reviews of Texas Teachers
3.4 – Austin Office
3.7 – San Antonio Office
3.2 – Dallas Office
3.9 – Houston Office
Google reviewers highlight specific people in the program that were helpful and knowledgeable in the program.
Texas Teachers of Tomorrow has four listings on Google, one for each of their four main Texas offices.
The primary theme of the 1 star reviews is Texas Teachers lack of communication with their customers. Customers say they have a difficult time contacting the program, getting a response from the program, and the lack of communication is very frustrating- especially since many customers highlighted that Texas Teachers was always on time taking their money.