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Daily Herald: Students Sign To Become Teachers, Enter NLU-District 214 Partnership D214 high school students can get college credit from NLU

In a ceremony Thursday, 110 High School District 214 students signed letters of intent to participate in Educator Prep, a partnership the high school district has with National Louis University, according to a Daily Herald article by reporter Doug Graham. 

The letters indicate the students’ interest in entering the teaching profession. District 214, which has nine schools in Chicago’s Northwest suburbs, will provide opportunities for them to take education classes and student teach, and some of those classes will count for college credit at National Louis University.

Once the students complete their four-year college degrees in education at NLU, District 214 will guarantee them a job interview for any open positions within its district or its partner districts.

Read more in the Daily Herald article, “Signing day to become teachers for 110 District 214 students”

One comment on “Daily Herald: Students Sign To Become Teachers, Enter NLU-District 214 Partnership D214 high school students can get college credit from NLU

  1. That’s a brilliant idea – “grow your own” – who will know the district betters than its graduates, armed with a teaching license from NLU? Love it!

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