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Transferring Your Certificate to Another State: the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement

The NASDTEC Interstate Agreement facilitates the movement of educators among the states and other jurisdictions that are members of NASDTEC and have signed the Agreement. Although there may be conditions applicable to individual jurisdictions, the Agreement makes it possible for an educator who completed an approved program and/or who holds a certificate or license in one jurisdiction to earn a certificate or license in another state or jurisdiction. For example, a teacher who completed an approved teacher preparation program in Alabama generally will be able to earn a certificate in Georgia. Receiving states may impose certain special requirements which must be met in a reasonable period of time.

Please see the NASDTEC website and use the drop-down offered there for specific information on reciprocity among states.

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Professional Organizations

English:

  • NCTE: National Council of Teachers of English

History/Social Studies:

  • NCHE: National Council for History Education
  • NCSS: National Council for the Social Studies

Math:

  • NCTM: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Science:

  • AAAS: American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • NAGT: National Association of Geoscience Teachers
  • NSTA: National Science Teachers Association

Foreign Language:

  • ACTFL: American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

General:

  • ACE: American Council on Education
  • AERA: American Educational Research Association
  • AFT: American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO
  • ASCD: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • NCATE: National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
  • NEA: National Education Association

CAPT Resources

The Connecticut Academic Performance Test is a state mandated test that assesses the performance in math, science, reading and writing of all students in Grade 10. The third generation of the test was put into use in March, 2007.

CAPT Resources and Publications from the CT State Department of Education.