N.D. Admin Code 67-11-07-06 - Application process

The application process to obtain a credential under this chapter is:

1. Provisional credential. The applicant must submit:
a. A completed SFN 51300 application form provided by the department of public instruction, including the applicant's name, social security number, date, address, telephone number, teaching license type and number, employment information, academic preparation, and references;
b. A copy of official transcripts;
c. A letter of verification for applicants attending a North Dakota college with an approved program, attesting to the completion of the academic standard required for the level of the credential requested. Applicants providing a copy of official transcripts from an approved college in another state will have the academic standard verification made by the department of public instruction; and
d. A letter of recommendation signed by a supervisor or employer who has firsthand knowledge of the individual's professional work, experience, and service.
2. Professional credential. The applicant must submit:
a. Verification of graduate coursework by presenting a copy of official transcripts. Also accepted is verification of successful course completion or documentation pending transcript. If transcripts do not arrive, the credential will be revoked;
b. A letter of recommendation signed by a supervisor or employer verifying years of experience in teaching and administration required in section 67-11-07-05; and
c. If the applicant has not previously submitted an application on SFN form 51300, a completed SFN 51300 application form provided by the department of public instruction, including the applicant's name, social security number, date, address, telephone number, teaching license type and number, employment information, academic preparation, and references.

Notes

N.D. Admin Code 67-11-07-06
Effective February 1, 2000; amended effective May 16, 2000; November 1, 2002.

General Authority: NDCC 15.1-02-04, 15.1-02-11, 28-32-02

Law Implemented: NDCC 15.1-02-04, 15.1-02-11

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