The state of Indiana offers teachers from out-of-state the ability to apply for a Reciprocal Permit. In order to qualify for a Reciprocal Permit, you must have completed an approved teacher education program in another state and/or hold a valid state-issued teaching certification from another state. In order to learn more about the certification process for out-of-state candidates, explore the Indiana Department of Education website, or call (317) 232-9010.
The following are member states of the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement who have signed reciprocity agreements with Indiana.
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