Becoming a teacher of ESL (English as a Second Language) can be a rewarding career. You'll help people gain the language skills they need for success. ESL teachers work closely with refugee and migrant populations who need to learn English-- and they understand how to best reach adult learners. While you can be an ESL teacher in a community program or school after earning a bachelor's or master's degree, pursuing a doctorate in teaching English as Second Language allows you to conduct research or design ESL programs.
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