Q1. My 3 or 5 year license is expired. What do I need to do to renew?
Created on: 10/10/2013; Modified on 10/10/2013; License Renewal
Applicants living in Kansas:
AFTER SEPTEMBER 1, 2003 semester credit hours for renewal must have approval from a local professional development council (PDC) in a school district where you live or work. Contact the local district office where you live or work for details.
Applicants living out-of-state:
If your Kansas certificate has expired you may be eligible to reinstate your Kansas license if you have been employed out-of-state in a state-accredited school system under a valid license or certificate for at least three of the last six years. Contact Teacher Education and Licensure at 785-291-3678
If you have not been employed recently:
wait until you move back to Kansas and then work with a local professional development council to earn professional development points for renewal.
if you want to maintain your Kansas license while living out-of-state, you may work through the Licensure Review Committee as your professional development council. As a first step, you will need to complete a form to file an individual development plan with the Licensure Review Committee. Contact Diana Stephan at 785-296-2280.
Q2. Where can I find available job openings for teaching positions in the State of Kansas?
Created on: 10/10/2013; Modified on 10/10/2013; How to Become a Teacher
The Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB) is a free teacher recruitment service aimed at attracting teachers to Kansas teaching jobs. In addition to advertising up-to-date teaching jobs in Kansas, KEEB allows applicants to apply for positions electronically and provides information on licensure, state sponsored tuition and scholarship programs, and resume assistance. KEEB is supported by the Special Education Services Team of the Kansas Department of Education.