BESE put out a set of revisions and proposed changes to educator licensure and Provisional licenses for administrators, a military spouse license and an elementary Digital Literacy/Computer Science licenses are among the proposals. Take a look at our summary and
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Updates on Massachusetts licensure, certifications and endorsements for educators in public schools.
Two opportunities to join MTA staff to learn more than you ever wanted to know about teacher licensure requirements in Massachusetts! Licensure BasicsTuesday, October 11, 2022Register HereAre you looking to get your first Massachusetts educator license? Or do you have
DESE has re-launched the Career Vocational Technical Teacher testing with a new test provider. Register for the CVTE teacher tests online and schedule remote testing. No more driving to Tyngsboro or payment via money order! The Department of Elementary and
DESE has proposed changes to testing requirements for some Ch 74 teacher licenses. Public comments are due June 3, 2022. At the April 2022 Board of Elementary and Secondary Education meeting, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education proposed a
Three FIVE opportunities for public comment on regulations are open this week. Any member of the public can weigh in on proposed amendments to regulations during the public comment period. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) publishes the
Educators who hold an Emergency license may continue to be employed under the Emergency license for an additional year. *Educators with special education and English learner licenses need to take additional steps to work under the Emergency License in 2022-23.
The first of several pilot alternatives to the MTELs is now available for licensure candidates. The PRAXIS Core (Reading and Writing) or the NEA-EAS (Reading and Writing) may be substituted for the Communications and Literacy MTEL through June 2024. Way
CEPP is hosting two virtual presentations on educator licensure in July 2021. Register for free as part of MTA Summer Conference. Download a shareable version of the flyer here!
Applying for a Professional academic teacher license? New forms to assist in navigating the 12 credits in the content area requirements are now available from DESE. The Office of Educator Licensure at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has
Many of the temporary provisions around employment and licensure adopted in 2020 will continue into the 2021-22 school year. Check out our updated Check List guides for licensure. The Center for Education Policy and Practice has revised the Check List