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
Tag: Licensure + Endorsements
Updates on Massachusetts licensure, certifications and endorsements for educators in public schools.
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. Updated with April 2023 12-Credit Option: Educator Reference Guide. The Office of Educator Licensure
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
July 31, 2021 is the deadline to renew or advance an educator license that has expired during the COVID-19 State of Emergency. Educators who have not yet completed the requirements to advance or renew a license may continue working towards
The BESE approves one-year regulatory changes that will allow long term substitute teachers who hold a license to apply the time towards PTS. As part of the November Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) meeting, amendments to 603 CMR
CEPP has prepared a quick reference guide to the 2020-21 limited term options for employment and licensure as an Academic Teacher in Massachusetts. Check the document for links and guidance. Teachers employed in a Massachusetts public school or in a
CEPP has prepared a quick reference guide to the 2020-21 limited term options for employment and licensure as a Ch 74 teacher. Check the list for links and guidance. Teachers employed in Chapter 74 Vocational Technical Education programs are required
Massachusetts is laying the framework to build up a Voc Tech programs with the drafting of new regulations. Public comment is open until Jan 17 JANUARY 31 on the proposed changes to program requirements, licensure changes and pilot program options. The
The BESE approved regulations that will require many vocational technical educators in Ch 74 programs to get the SEI Endorsement. Click here for the new regulations. The changes require vocational technical educators who were assigned English learners during the 2017-2018