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What Do You Have to Do to Teach in Arkansas If Your Degree Was from Mississippi?

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From my experience, if you received a degree in Mississippi and want to teach in Arkansas, you probably have to get a license. You can speak to the board of education in the area. They can explain what you need to do in order to obtain a license there.
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In my experience, if your degree was from Mississippi and you want to teach in Arkansas, you need to take an exam. You will need to be licensed in the state in which you wish to teach. Each process is different.
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