The New York State Board of Regents approved changes to educator certification that provide flexibility in light of the coronavirus crisis.
If you switch licenses, you maintain all the seniority you have accrued. However, for excessing and layoff purposes, probationers are grouped separately from those who have completed probation. When you switch licenses, until you complete probation...
With summer just around the corner, it’s crucial to meet upcoming deadlines for certification if your current teaching certificate is near its expiration date.
Navigating state teacher certification regulations can be confusing to veteran educators, let alone new teachers. Now is a good time to take stock of the progress you’re making toward your professional state certification.
Professionally certified teachers and Level III certified paraprofessionals are required to collect a total of 100 professional development hours, now called Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) hours, by a state-approved provider such as...
To answer any questions about your certification, you first must know the type of certificate you currently hold. You’ll find that by checking the face of your state certificate.
A new state law will mean new requirements regarding certification and the tracking of professional development hours (also known as Continuing Teacher and Leader Education, or CTLE, hours).
In order to be permanently appointed as a paraprofessional you must hold a New York State Education Department Teaching Assistant Certificate Level 1.