You probably need to call them.
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I don't know of any easy way to figure that out. You should call and find out, or mention it in your cover letter.
Just like any job applicant, call the school systems. Make sure you meet the certification requirements. You may also try private schools that do not require a certification, if you don't have one yet.
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