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Department of Public Instruction

13 results match your search criteria. For more detailed information click on a License/Permit/Registration name.

License/Permit/Registration Name Description
Educational Interpreter, Orientation and Mobility Teacher, or School Audiologist
License required of individuals employed by Wisconsin public schools to provide services in the respective area as required by students' individual education plans per Chapter PI 11.  
Educator License - Administration
Educator license required of individuals who hold an administrative position in a Wisconsin public school system. Required of superintendents, directors of instruction, instructional technology coordinators, directors of speccal education and pupil services, principals, program coordinators, library media supervisors, career and technical education coordinators, and school business administrators.  
Educator License - Duplicate License
A paper copy of a current educator license.  
Educator License - Initial License, Graduate of a non-Wisconsin program
Required of individuals who graduated from a non-Wisconsin state-approved education program, have not previously held a Wisconsin educator license, and are applying for licensure to work in Wisconsin public schools (teaching, substitute teaching, administration, pupil services).  
Educator License - Initial, Graduates of Wisconsin educator preparation program
Required of individuals who graduated from a Wisconsin program and have not previously held a Wisconsin educator license. All education professionals in WI public schools are required to have an appropriate teaching, pupil services or administrative license, which reflects the grade levels/subjects for which they were hired.  
Educator License - Renewal
An applicant who holds or has held a valid 5-year Wisconsin public school educator license may apply to renew/reactivate that license (teachers, substitute teachers, administrators, pupil services).  
Emergency Permit or Special License - Teaching or Pupil Services

All Wisconsin public school education professionals are required to have an appropriate teaching, pupil services or administrative license, which reflects the grade levels/subjects for which they were hired. However, in cases where a CESA or school district is unable to find a fully qualified, licensed individual to fill a teaching or pupil services position an emergency permit or license may be requested by the CESA or district administrator.

Applicants who are licensed (or eligible for licensure) in Wisconsin but are needed for an assignment outside their area of licensure may be eligible for an emergency license.

Applicants who did not complete an educator preparation program but have a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution may be eligible for an emergency permit.

 
Occupational Therapist/Physical Therapist, Public School (includes therapy assistants)
License required of individuals employed by Wisconsin public schools to provide occupational/physical therapy or to assist occupational/physical therapists in delivering treatment as required by students' individual education plans per Chapter PI 11.  
Public Librarian Certification
Public library and public library system directors administer public libraries and systems under the direction of boards. Boards must hire directors who qualify for appropriate certification and who maintain that certification through required continuing education. Required for directors of municipal, joint, and county public libraries, and directors of public library systems.  
Reading Teacher or Reading Specialist
Educator license required of an individual who holds a position as a reading teacher or reading specialist in a Wisconsin public school.  
Special Education Program Aide
Required for individuals employed as instructional aides for children with identified exceptional education needs, including special education classroom aides and special education transportation aides.  
Substitute Teacher License
The substitute license allows the holder to accept long-term employment (20 or more consecutive days in any one assignment) in public schools in the area in which he or she received institutional endorsement. The holder may also accept short-term employment (fewer than 20 consecutive days in any one assignment) in any grade or subject  
Substitute Teacher Permit
The Substitute Permit allows the holder to accept short-term substitute teaching assignments (fewer than 20 consecutive days) in public schools when no regularly licensed teachers/substitute teachers are available.

 


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