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And while there are ways to obtain alternative certification (I have maintained teaching credentials despite never having actually taught), my recommendation to someone wanting to teach secondary math would be to get the bachelor's degree in math and then a master's in education (or even a doctorate).
She may want to explore which related subjects (e.g. computer science, statistics, economics, physics) where it may be possible to complete enough subject matter course work to allow her to teach those courses as well as math, in order to increase her versatility in teaching jobs.
I think most education courses are mostly nonsense and do nothing to help you learn how to teach. Trust me, I have taken a lot of them, and not one graduate education class was as interesting as my least interesting class in the liberal arts as an undergrad.