This chapter analyses the case of teacher education for secondary school teachers in Greece. It first contextualises the Greek teacher education system by providing information on the governance of the system, the historical development of teacher education policies, and the impact of the country's accession to the EU. It then traces the process of reforming teacher education between 1997 and 2017, focusing on policies and practices related to the so-called “Certificate for Pedagogical and Teaching Competence”, a policy initiative aiming to strengthen the pedagogical preparation of secondary school teachers. Afterwards, the chapter explores the resonance of teacher education policies and practices in Greece with European developments, employing the example of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki to illustrate policy enactment. The chapter is concluded by a summary and critical considerations.