So... a few years ago, I got my Master's in ElEd, but I didn't know when I started that it was a non-licensure program until I was almost done with it, so I just finished it and worked in private school, Head Start, long term subbed, etc. Well, not too long ago, the school I got it from introduced a Transition to Teaching program for those with a Bachelor's and offers just enough classes to lead to licensure (after student teaching & exams), and I've already taken most of the classes offered on it. I asked them about it, and they said I'd have to redo all the classes because it's been "too long" (5.5 years) since I took the classes. So I've got a Master's in Education without a license. I've been lucky so far; I haven't had any trouble finding teaching jobs, but I'm thinking about the future. Am I pretty much stuck? Any other ways to get licensed without going through an entire program again?? Thoughts?