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  1. Odessa Dawn's Avatar
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    Credential Teacher v Qualified Teacher

    "The study found that the district's Career Ladders program, which educates teaching aides to become credentialed teachers, is producing superior teachers."
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    "There are endless opportunities all over the world for qualified TEFL teachers, but European countries offer the most in terms of short-term contracts over university breaks."
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    the abilities and experience which make someone suitable for a particular job or activity,...

    qualified: having the standard of skill, knowledge, or ability ...

    Do we have a clear-cut difference between a credentialed teacher and a qualified teacher? Does a credentialed teacher need documents in which there is a convincing proof that s/he experienced in his/her field?

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    Re: Credential Teacher v Qualified Teacher

    It would have been more useful to look up credentialed.

    In the UK we do not call qualified teachers credentialed. I believe that in The USA qualified and credentialed mean exactly the same when we are talking about teachers.

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