- Guide to State Certification Requirements for Latin Teachers
- Guide to Graduate Programs in the Classics: The Guide to Graduate Programs in the Classics is a project of the Society for Classical Studies' Committee on Education. During the past year the SCS has decided to make this resource primarily an electronic publication so that it can be updated more frequently. As a temporary measure, a list of departments offering graduate programs is available.
Careers for Classicists in Today’s World by Kenneth F. Kitchell, Jr. with the assistance of the SCS Education Committee. Careers is copyright 2012 by the American Philological Association (APA) and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. You can download a pdf version of this pamphlet here.
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- The SCS/ACL Joint Task Force on Teacher Training and Certification invites you to review ACL-SCS Standards for Latin Teacher Preparation
- In response to the upcoming addition of Caesar to the Advanced Placement Latin curriculum, the SCS Board in January endorsed the development of a preliminary bibliography to help AP Latin teachers prepare for their future teaching. As SCS Vice President for Education, I appointed Board members John Marincola and Ann Vasaly to take on this task and am very appreciative of their efforts. (Ronnie Ancona March 2010)