Have you ever wondered why some of your colleagues decided to pursue the ABE Teacher’s License? Do you wish you understood more about the process and what the benefits to obtaining the License might be?

This informational session will introduce the two types of ABE Teacher’s License, the requirements for obtaining each, the many benefits that License-seekers have reported from engaging in the process, and the SABES PD and customized coaching that are available if you decide to pursue the License.

This workshop will be led by Carey Reid, one of the state’s leading ABE Teacher’s License experts and among the first educators in MA to earn it.


    This professional development activity/course is designed for:

  • New and experienced adult educators who wish to learn more about the ABE Teacher’s License and how SABES can help them obtain it

Massachusetts is fortunate to be one of the few states that offer an ABE Teacher’s License. Many License-seekers have found the process to be extremely helpful in strengthening their practice, all within the context of working with adult learners.

During this 90-minute informational session, you will learn about the key steps for obtaining the ABE Teachers’ License, the benefits to obtaining it, and the PD and coaching available from SABES to support you if you decide to take this journey.

Attending this session does not obligate you in any way; it is designed to provide you with an overview of the process and the opportunity to ask questions.

Some Details:

  • A repeat session will be held on Thursday, 10/8 from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm.
  • Both sessions will be offered online via Zoom. Ruzica Banovic will send you the information and link you need to join several days prior to the session.

If you would like additional information, please contact SABES Program Support PD Center Director Luanne Teller at Luanne_teller@worlded.org.

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10/16/2020 - 1:00 pm to 10/16/2020 - 2:30 pm

United States

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