There is a serious shortage of qualified math teachers in the United States today. You don’t need a major from the School of Education to become a math teacher. With an undergraduate degree in mathematics, one route to licensure is a Transition to Teaching program. Other routes are competitive programs such as the Woodrow Wilson fellowship and Teach for America. Many large cities and universities have local versions of these programs, such as the Indianapolis Teaching Fellows. Some states, including Indiana, allow other routes to licensure.