About the Program

The Program in Teacher Preparation is in its 40th year of preparing Princeton students to serve the nation in the role as teachers and educators.  The program is open to Princeton undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni who may return to Princeton at any time to complete the program at a very minimal cost.  Students completing the program earn a University certificate and are also eligible for New Jersey licensure which is transferable to other states.   For additional information about the program, please access the links below.
The Program Staff  listing provides names and contact information for the full time staff, the support staff, school professional who work with the program, and the program's faculty advisory committee.
The Mission and Goals statement describes the purpose of the program and what it accomplishes by working with program students.
The Schools Network listing provides the names of the twelve school districts that regularly host princeton student teachers or who otherwise support the work of the program.
The Affiliations link provides the professional associations that the program engages in order to fulfill its mission and goals.
The News and Information page provides an archive of depicting important events and news associated with the program and its work.
The Title II Press Release contains the aggregated pass rates of its students, and the posting of this information is required by state and federal regulations.

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Program in Teacher Preparation, 41 William Street, Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 258-3336 FAX: (609) 258-4527

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