Asking on behalf of a cousin who isn't signed up to boards, so thought I would ask the knowledgeable boardies.
If a person, 33 years old, wanted to become a science teacher, is there any accelerated pathway to becoming qualified?
I understand that there is a demand for teachers in the STEM subjects.
The person has a B.A in history and geography, subjects which are over saturated with teachers, and a masters in an unrelated field.
Would they need an undergrad degree in science? Or is there any accelerated learning/intern program for the stem subjects.
Thanks for any feedback, it is appreciated