Minimum requirements for certification as a Spanish teacher include a bachelor's degree in Spanish or another subject if a native Spanish speaker, completion of a teacher training program and student teaching internship,... More »

The annual national average for Spanish teachers is $42,000, as of 2015, according to Simply Hired. Many factors determine how much a language instructor is paid, including the area and the level of education of the teac... More »

ClassZone Spanish is an online resource for secondary school Spanish teachers and students. It is offered by the Holt McDougal publishing company to supplement specific Spanish textbooks published by the company. More »

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