Nevada Teacher Reciprocity Agreements

The state of Nevada offers the opportunity for out-of-state teachers to apply for Nevada Teaching Certification through "reciprocity" agreements. However, you must complete an Initial Teacher Certification application along with verification of your current teaching license and examination scores. You will be notified of any deficiencies in your application after a Certification Analyst reviews your material. For more information about the certification process, explore the Nevada Department of Education website or call (702) 486-6458.

The following are member states of the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement who have signed reciprocity agreements with Nevada.

Alabama Kansas New York Vermont
Arizona Maine North Carolina Virginia
California Maryland North Dakota Washington
Colorado Massachusetts Oklahoma West Virginia
Connecticut Michigan Oregon Wisconsin
Delaware Mississippi Pennsylvania Wyoming
Florida Missouri Rhode Island  
Georgia Montana South Carolina  
Hawaii Nebraska South Dakota  
Idaho New Hampshire Tennessee  
Illinois New Jersey Texas  
Indiana New Mexico Utah  

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