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Appendix F: Educator Preparation Program (EPP) Handbooks
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Colorado
 

Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program (Residents) Handbook

 

Colorado Additional Endorsement in Special Education Handbook

 

Colorado Alternative Teacher Licensure Program Handbook

 

Connecticut
 

Connecticut Post-Baccalaureate Certification Program for Teachers of Record - Elementary Education Handbook

 

Connecticut Post-Baccalaureate Certification Program - Secondary Education Handbook

 

Connecticut elementary teacher candidates who enter in AY 24-25 as teaching residents will enroll in a Colorado-based educator preparation program. After completing all Colorado EPP requirements, Relay will verify completion of the Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure program, which students may use to apply for licensure outside of Colorado. States set requirements for certification/licensure, reciprocity, and equivalent certificates/endorsements, and will make all determinations related to issuing or denying applications for certification/licensure. Refer to Certification/Licensure Pathways to learn more about applying for certification/licensure outside of Colorado.

 

Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program (Residents) Handbook

 

Delaware

 

Delaware Alternative Route to Certification (ARTC Program - Non-Residents Handbook

 

Delaware Alternative Route to Certification (ARTC) Program - Relay Teaching Residency Handbook

 

Delaware Additional Certification Program - Special Education Handbook

 

District of Columbia

Students located in Washington, DC, may enroll in a Colorado-based educator preparation program. After completing all Colorado EPP requirements, Relay will verify completion of the Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program and students may apply to obtain their Colorado Initial Teaching License. Students may use their Colorado Initial Teaching License to apply for certification/licensure outside of Colorado. States set requirements for certification/licensure, reciprocity, and equivalent certificates/endorsements, and will make all determinations related to issuing or denying applications for certification/licensure. Refer to Certification/Licensure Pathways to learn more about applying for certification/licensure outside of Colorado.

 

Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program (Residents) Handbook

 

More information about obtaining a Standard Teacher Credential in Washington, DC, can be found at the Office of the State Superintendent of Education.


Georgia

Relay’s programs are accepted in Georgia as out-of-state educator preparation programs. Students located in Georgia will enroll in a Colorado-based educator preparation program and may apply for Georgia licensure as an out-of-state program completer after meeting all program and state-specific requirements. States set requirements for certification/licensure, reciprocity, and equivalent certificates/endorsements, and will make all determinations related to issuing or denying applications for certification/licensure. Refer to Certification/Licensure Pathways to learn more about applying for certification/licensure outside of Colorado.

 

Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program (Residents) Handbook

 

More information about obtaining a Standard Teacher Credential in Georgia can be found at the Office of the State Superintendent of Education.

 

Illinois

 

Illinois Graduate Alternative Licensure Program Handbook

 

New Jersey

 

New Jersey Certificate of Eligibility (CE) Certification Program Handbook

 

New Jersey Additional Certification Program - Special Education Handbook

 

New York

 

New York Transitional B Alternative Teacher Preparation Program Handbook 

 

New York Additional Certification Program Handbook

 

Pennsylvania

 

Pennsylvania Post-Baccalaureate Certification Program Handbook

 

Pennsylvania Teacher Intern Certification Handbook

 

Pennsylvania Additional Certification - Special Education Handbook 

 

Rhode Island

Students located in Rhode Island may enroll in a Colorado-based educator preparation program and may apply for Rhode Island licensure as an out-of-state program completer after meeting all program and state-specific requirements. States set requirements for certification/licensure, reciprocity, and equivalent certificates/endorsements, and will make all determinations related to issuing or denying applications for certification/licensure. Refer to Certification/Licensure Pathways to learn more about applying for certification/licensure outside of Colorado.

 

Colorado Traditional Teacher Licensure Program (Residents) Handbook

 

Tennessee

 

Tennessee Teacher Residency Licensure Program Handbook

 

Tennessee Job-Embedded Licensure Program Handbook

 

Tennessee Additional Endorsement - Special Education or English as a Second Language Program Handbook

 

Texas

 

Texas Post-Baccalaureate Certification Program Handboo

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