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Bachelor Programs in Education

The College of Education offers numerous undergraduate programs offered by the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies, the Department of Early and Special Education, and the Department of Literacy, Language and Culture. Additionally, the College of Education works with students across the University who are pursuing a secondary education degree in a specific field.

The state specific teacher educator disclosure information below pertains to the following Bachelor of Arts or Science degree programs:

Secondary Education programs in: Art, Biology, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Economics Social Science, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, French, Geosciences, German, History Multidisciplinary, History Social Studies, IDo Teach, K-12 Physical Education, Materials Science Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Political Science Social Science, Sociology Social Science, Spanish, Theatre Arts.

 

Teacher Educator Disclosures by State

Alabama

Alabama Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Alabama’s requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Bachelors degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Alabama will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Alabama offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Alabama’s State Department of Education website.

Alabama licensing contact: (334) 694-4900

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Alaska

Alaska Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Alaska’s requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Alaska will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Alaska offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Alaska’s Department of Education and Early Development website.

Alaska licensing contact: (907) 465-2800

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Arizona

Arizona Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Arizona. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Arizona’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state/territory.

Arizona licensing contact: (602) 542-5393 

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Arkansas

Arkansas Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Arkansas requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Arkansas will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Arkansas offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Arkansas’ Educator License website.

Arkansas licensing contact: (501) 682-4475

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

California

California Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets California requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in California will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which California offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and California’s Commission on Teacher Credentialing website.

California licensing contact: (916) 319-0800

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Colorado

Colorado Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Colorado’s requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Colorado will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Colorado offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Colorado’s Department of Education Licensing website.

Colorado licensing contact: (303) 866-6600

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Connecticut

Connecticut Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Connecticut requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Connecticut will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Connecticut offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Connecticut’s Department of Education Bureau of Licensing website.

Connecticut licensing contact: (860) 713-6543

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Delaware

Delaware Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Delaware requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Delaware will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Delaware offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Delaware’s Department of Education website.

Delaware licensing contact: (302) 735-4000

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

District of Columbia

District of Columbia Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets the District of Columbia’ requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in the District of Columbia will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which the District of Columbia offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and the District of Columbia’s Office of the State Superintendent of Education website.

District of Columbia licensing contact: (202) 727-6436

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Florida

Florida Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Florida requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Florida will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Florida offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Florida’s Department of Education website.

Florida licensing contact: (850) 245-0505

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Georgia

Georgia Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Georgia. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Georgia’s Professional Standards Commission website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Georgia licensing contact: (404) 656-2800

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Hawaii

Hawaii Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Hawaii requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Hawaii will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Hawaii offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Hawaii’s State Department of Education website.

Hawaii licensing contact: (808) 784-6200

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Idaho

Idaho Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Please review Idaho’s State Department of Education website for more information regarding teacher certification and licensure.

Idaho licensing contact: (208) 332-6800

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Illilnois

Illinois Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Illinois requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Illinois will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Illinois offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Illinois’ State Board of Education website.

Illinois licensing contact: (217) 782-4321

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Indiana

Indiana Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Indiana requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Indiana will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Indiana offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Indiana’s Department of Education website.

Indiana licensing contact: (317) 232-6610

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Iowa

Iowa Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Iowa. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Iowa’s Board of Educational Examiners website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Iowa licensing contact: (515) 281-5294

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Kansas

Kansas Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Kansas. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Kansas’ State Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Kansas licensing contact: (785) 296-3201

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Kentucky

Kentucky Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Kentucky requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Kentucky will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Kentucky offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Kentucky’s Department of Education website.

Kentucky licensing contact: (502) 564-3141

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Louisiana

Louisiana Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Louisiana requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Louisiana will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Louisiana offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Louisiana’s Department of Education website.

Louisiana licensing contact: (877) 453-2721

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Maine

Maine Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Maine requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Maine will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Maine offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Maine’s Department of Education website.

Maine licensing contact: (207) 624-6600

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Maryland

Maryland Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Maryland. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Maryland’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Maryland licensing contact: (410) 767-0100

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Massachusetts. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Massachusetts’ Office of Elementary and Secondary Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Massachusetts licensing contact: (781) 338-3000

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Michigan

Michigan Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Michigan requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Michigan will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Michigan offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Michigan’s Department of Education website.

Michigan licensing contact: (833) 633-5788

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Minnesota

Minnesota Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Minnesota requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Minnesota will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Minnesota offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Minnesota’s Professional Educator  Licensing and Standards Board website.

Minnesota licensing contact: (651) 582-8200

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Mississippi

Mississippi Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Mississippi requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Mississippi will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Mississippi offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Mississippi’s Department of Education website.

Mississippi licensing contact: (601) 359-3513

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Missouri

Missouri Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Missouri requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Missouri will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Missouri offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education website.

Missouri licensing contact: (573) 751-4212

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Montana

Montana Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Montana requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Montana will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Montana offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Montana’s Office of Public Instruction website.

Montana licensing contact: (406) 444-3680

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Nebraska

Nebraska Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Nebraska requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Nebraska will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Nebraska offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Nebraska’s Department of Education website.

Nebraska licensing contact: (402) 471-2295

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Nevada

Nevada Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Nevada requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Nevada will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Nevada offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Nevada’s Department of Education website.

Nevada licensure contact: (775) 687-9115

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of New Hampshire. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review New Hampshire’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

New Hampshire licensing contact: (603) 271-6699

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New Jersey

New Jersey Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of New Jersey. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review New Jersey’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

New Jersey licensure contact: (609) 376-3500

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New Mexico

New Mexico Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of New Mexico. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review New Mexico’s Public Education Department website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

New Mexico licensing contact: (505) 827-5800

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

New York

New York Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets New York requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in New York will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which New York offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and New York’s Office of Teaching Initiatives website.

New York licensure contact: (518) 474-3852

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

North Carolina

North Carolina Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of North Carolina. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and do align with the professional standards for teacher certification and licensure in the state of Idaho.. Please review North Carolina’s Department of Public Instruction website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

North Carolina licensing contact: (984)236-2100

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

North Dakota

North Dakota Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets North Dakota requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in North Dakota will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which North Dakota offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and North Dakota’s Education Standards and Practices Board website.

North Dakota licensing contact: (701) 328-2260

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Ohio

Ohio Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Ohio requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Ohio will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Ohio offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Ohio’s Department of Education website.

Ohio licensing contact: (877) 644-6338

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Oklahoma. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Oklahoma’s State Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state/territory.

Oklahoma licensure contact: (405) 521-3301

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Oregon

Oregon Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Oregon requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Licensure in Oregon will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Oregon offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Oregon’s Teacher Standards and Practices Commission website.

Oregon licensing contact: (503) 947-5600

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Pennsylvania. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Pennsylvania’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Pennsylvania licensure contact: (717) 783-6788

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Rhode Island requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Rhode Island will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Rhode Island offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Rhode Island’s Department of Education website.

Rhode Island licensing contact: (401) 222-8333

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

South Carolina

South Carolina Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets South Carolina requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in South Carolina will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which South Carolina offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and South Carolina’s Department of Education website.

South Carolina licensing contact: (803) 734-8500

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

South Dakota

South Dakota Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of South Dakota. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review South Dakota’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

South Dakota licensure contact: (605) 773-3455

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Tennessee

Tennessee Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Tennessee requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Tennessee will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Tennessee offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Tennessee’s Department of Education website.

Tennessee licensure contact: 615-741-5158

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Texas

Texas Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Texas. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Texas’ Teacher Education Agency website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Texas licensure contact: (512) 463-9734

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Utah

Utah Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education do not meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Utah. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education do make students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. The degree programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Please review Utah’s State Board of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Utah licensure contact: (801) 538-7500

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Vermont

Vermont Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Vermont requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Vermont will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Vermont offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Vermont’s Agency of Education website.

Vermont licensure contact: (802) 828-1130

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Virginia

Virginia Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Virginia requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Virginia will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Virginia offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Virginia’s Department of Education website.

Virginia licensure contact: (804) 292-3820

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Washington

Washington Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Washington’s requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. Bachelors degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Washington will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Washington offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Washington’s Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction website.

Washington licensure contact: (360) 725-6000

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

West Virginia

West Virginia Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of West Virginia. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review West Virginia’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state/territory.

West Virginia licensing contact: (304) 558-2681

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the state of Wisconsin. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Wisconsin’s Department of Public Instruction website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state.

Wisconsin licensing contact: (608) 266-3390

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Wyoming

Wyoming Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Wyoming requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Wyoming will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Wyoming offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Wyoming’s Professional Teaching Standards Board website.

Wyoming licensing contact: (307) 777-7675

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the territory of Puerto Rico. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review the National Association for State Boards of Education website for details about teacher licensure requirements in the territory.

Puerto Rico licensing contact: (787) 759-2000 & Puerto Rico State Board of Education website

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

American Samoa

American Samoa Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the territory of American Samoa. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review American Samoa’s Regulations on the U.S. Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the territory.

American Samoa licensure contact: (684) 633-5237

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the territory of the Virgin Islands. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review the Virgin Island’s Department of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the territory.

Virgin Islands licensing contact: 340-773-1095

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Guam

Guam Licensure Information

Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet professional licensure standards and makes students eligible for recommendation for teaching certification in the state of Idaho. Obtaining certification in Idaho meets Guam requirements for teacher certification through the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Licensure in Guam will be dependent upon alignment of a student’s Idaho teaching certification with a teaching field or instructional support area, and at a grade level in which Guam offers comparable certification. All jurisdictions that participate in the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement may choose to have additional requirements for educators who are coming from another jurisdiction. These additional requirements are known as “Jurisdiction Specific Requirements” (JSRs). Most times, these additional requirements vary upon the educator’s years of experience. Some jurisdictions, however, consider themselves “full-reciprocity” and do not have any additional requirements. For more information, visit NASDTEC webpage “Information for Out of State Applicants” and Guam’s National State Boards of Education webpage.

Guam licensing contact: (671) 300-1536

One important guideline is that reciprocity is always easier if a student completes the certification requirements and obtains a teaching credential in Idaho before applying for certification in another state.

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Marshall Islands

Marshall Islands

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the territory of the Marshall Islands. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review the International Labor Union’s Marshall Islands webpage for more information about Teacher licensure requirements in the territory.

Marshall Islands licensing contact: (692)-625-5261

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Federated States of Micronesia

Federated States of Micronesia Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the territory of the Federated States of Micronesia. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review the Federated States of Micronesia’s Department of Education website for more information about Teacher licensure requirements in the territory.

Federated States of Micronesia licensure contact: (691) 320-2609

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Northern Mariana Islands

Northern Mariana Islands

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the territory of the Northern Mariana Islands. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review the U.S. Department of Education’s Northern Mariana Islands webpage for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the state/territory.

Northern Mariana Islands licensure contact: (670) 237-3027

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.

Palau

Palau Licensure Information

It is currently undetermined if Boise State University’s Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education meet the professional licensure standards for the territory of Palau. The Bachelor degree programs in Education and Secondary Education are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is aligned with the professional standards for teacher certification in the state of Idaho. Please review Palau’s Bureau of Education website for details about Teacher licensure requirements in the territory.

Palau licensure contact: (680) 488-6425

Information last reviewed 8/24/2021.