Northampton Public Schools

You are

  • An education support professional or teacher-on-waiver who is also a person of color

  • A college graduate with a bachelor's degree or higher

  • Currently employed by Northampton Public Schools

  • An aspiring special education teacher

Quick Contacts

Northampton Public Schools Contact

John Provost, Superintendent

(413) 587-1331, ext. 7

jprovost@northampton-k12.us

 

Collaborative for Educational Services Contact

Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse

Director of Educator Licensure and Credentialing

(413) 588-2485

sjudsonwhitehouse@collaborative.org

Paradigm Shift Program Coordinator
Danielle Phillips

(413) 542-4018

dphillips@fivecolleges.edu

 
 
 

Your Path: Northampton Public Schools

Paradigm Shift is here to help you become a licensed teacher.
Here are the steps you need to follow:

 

Northampton Public Schools Contribution


Northampton Public Schools will pay for all 3 Phase 1 courses listed above. These courses will count towards your licensure but not as graduate credits. Candidates can choose to pay an extra $295 per course for 3 graduate credits per course.





 

Northampton Public Schools Financial
and Academic Support

In addition to federal and state financial support, there are opportunities for financial support available specifically for Northampton Public Schools' ESPs and teachers on a waiver working to obtain their initial teaching license.

Northampton Public Schools Contribution


Northampton Public Schools will pay for all 3 Phase 1 courses listed above. These courses will count towards your licensure but not as graduate credits. Candidates can choose to pay an extra $295 per course for 3 graduate credits per course.





 

FAQ

Northampton Public Schools Contribution


Northampton Public Schools will pay for all 3 Phase 1 courses listed above. These courses will count towards your licensure but not as graduate credits. Candidates can choose to pay an extra $295 per course for 3 graduate credits per course.





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