What states can I teach in with a Florida certification?

What states can I teach in with a Florida certification?

Florida Teacher Reciprocity Agreements

Alabama Kansas Nevada
Arkansas Louisiana New Jersey
California Maine New Mexico
Colorado Maryland New York
Connecticut Massachusetts North Carolina

Do teacher certifications transfer between states?

Teacher license reciprocity allows candidates who hold an out-of-state license to earn a license in a receiving state, subject to meeting state-specific requirements. Most states have policies in place to improve reciprocity for certain teachers, but few states provide full reciprocity for all fully licensed teachers.

Is Florida a reciprocal state for teaching license?

Reciprocity for Out-of-state Teachers and Administrators Florida has two reciprocity routes for certified teachers and administrators to qualify for our Professional Certificate. The certificate must be currently valid (not expired or revoked).

Does North Carolina accept Florida teaching certificate?

No. North Carolina has two main licensure levels: Initial and Continuing. Although teachers who are fully licensed in another state and who have three or more years of teaching experience are eligible to receive a Continuing License, they must meet state testing requirements or have national board certification.

Which states have teacher certification reciprocity?

Below are the eight states that offer full license reciprocity.

  • Mississippi.
  • Illinois.
  • Florida.
  • Arizona.
  • Hawaii.
  • Missouri.
  • Nevada.
  • Oklahoma.

Which states have full teacher reciprocity?

Can I teach in Florida without a teaching degree?

Public school teachers in Florida are required to obtain teacher certification before leading a classroom. In order to be eligible for certification, the Sunshine State requires all teachers to hold a bachelor’s degree and complete a state-approved teacher education program.