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tea.texas.gov/.../Renewing_My_Standard_Certificate

Renewing My Standard Certificate. If you hold a standard educator certificate you must renew it every five years. Renewal Requirements. Continuing professional education (CPE) is required to renew a standard certificate. Your certificate will be set to inactive status if you do not renew by the expiration date. CPE hours are required, even if ...

www.fldoe.org/teaching/certification/fl-educator-certification...

Second Renewal Period You must earn at least six (6) semester hours of college credit, which must include at least one (1) semester hour in teaching SWD; and you must earn three (3) semester hours in Appropriate Topics for Renewal Credit for each additional subject you want to retain on your certificate.

sde.ok.gov/how-renew-your-teacher-certification

If you need to renew a CareerTech certificate, please visit the Oklahoma CareerTech certification site or contact CareerTech certification at (405) 743-5482. If any other certificate please call the Teacher Certification office at (405) 521-3337. FAQs about Certification Renewal What does it cost to renew an Oklahoma teaching certificate?

www.teaching-certification.com/teaching/texas-teacher...

Reinstatement of Certification. If your teaching certificate is not renewed, it is placed on inactive status. To reinstate it, you must pay an additional fee of $40 and meet the CPE requirements for renewal. If you are not fulfilling student loan and/or child support payment obligations, your certificate will be revoked.

www.teaching-certification.com/teaching/alabama-teacher...

Teaching Certification Renewal. To renew a Professional Educator Certificate (valid for 5 years) that expires June 30 th, all requirements must be completed by September 1 st of the same calendar year. And your application must be received by the Teacher Education and Certification Office of the Alabama Department of Education no later than December 31 st of the same calendar year.

work.chron.com/teacher-certification-expired-10337.html

A teaching certificate is a professional educator's license to practice in the classroom. Teacher certification is typically valid for five years before renewal is required. Educators who have left the teaching profession for an extended period or who are still active, but simply forgot to renew certification, can ...

tea.texas.gov/.../Certification_Renewals/Renewal_FAQs

All standard certificates expire on the same date. When you apply, all certification areas will renew for one fee. This allows you to count all CPE hours toward renewal of all your certificate. If your professional certificate is issued for less than the full five years, your CPE hours are prorated; 10 hours for each full year.

www.nbpts.org/national-board-certification/renewal

Renewing your certification allows you to maintain your designation as a National Board Certified Teacher. It preserves your professional stature even after you retire, leave the classroom, or change careers. The renewal process allows you to reflect on how your teaching practice continues to support student learning. Pat Graff, NBCT New Mexico.

teachingcouncil.nz/.../renewing-full-practising-certificate

To be employed as a teacher in a school in New Zealand, you need to hold a current practising certificate and certification in any category from the Teaching Council. Check out the step by step guide to renewing your full practising certificate.

dese.mo.gov/educator-quality/certification/renew-certificate

Choose the Educator Certification System link (located on the User Applications page.) To establish a User ID and password, follow the directions of the Educator Certification Help Guide; If you have a certification account, but have not accessed it for over 12 months, please follow steps #1 and #2 located in the Educator Certification Help Guide.