The purpose of the Idaho Teacher Certification website is to help educators and the general public find up-to-date, relevant information pertaining to all facets of educator licensing, and preparation. The Idaho State Department of Education has a strong commitment to high standards for all school personnel. Our mission is to support districts and education professionals in promoting the success of all Idaho students through educational excellence and highly effective instruction.
Notice: Regarding Adding Endorsements to Idaho Certificates. The Idaho State Department of Education no longer conducts transcript evaluations to determine endorsement eligibility.
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Notice: Important Revisions to the code of ethics will be posted in the late spring of 2014. Please check back often.
|B1 - Application for Initial/Reinstatement/Revision or Interim Idaho Certificate/ Credential|
|B1-R Application for Renewal of an Idaho Certificate/Credential|
|B2 - Institutional Recommendation EC/ECSE, Elementary, Secondary, Exceptional Child or Pupil Personnel Services|
|B2-A Institutional Recommendation for Alternate Route Completers|
|B3 - Institutional Recommendation School Administration - Pre-K-12 School Principal|
|B4 - Institutional Recommendation School Administration - Superintendent|
|B5 - Institutional Recommendation Director of Special Education|
|B6 - Professional Experience Report|
|B7 - Verification of Completion of Equivalent In-Service|
|B8 - Institutional Recommendation Consulting Teacher of Special Education|
|B9 - Institutional Recommendation for Supervisor of Special Education|
|B13 - Verification of College-University Course Content Approval for Recertification|
|B14 - Online Endorsement|
|B15 - Mathematics Consulting Teacher Endorsement|
For Alternative Authorization forms please see the packets of information on the following web page: www.sde.idaho.gov/site/teacher_certification/alt_routes.htm
Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) cancels the balance of a borrower’s federal student loan debt after he or she has served full-time in a public service role for 10 years, while making on-time qualifying loan payments each month. Among the new materials is an employment certification form that allows borrowers to keep track of eligible employment and payments. Also, the new materials allow borrowers to find out, today, if their job and loan payments will qualify them for loan forgiveness in the future, as well as how many payments they have left to submit. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE GO TO http://studentaid.ed.gov/publicservice/.