North Dakota Teacher Reciprocity Agreements

For out-of-state teachers, North Dakota accepts valide teacher certification from other states as proof of your qualifications to teach in the state of North Dakota (unless your state has less stringent requirements for basic skills or subject examinations). To learn more about the process of gaining your teaching certification via reciprocity, explore the North Dakota Department of Education website, or call (701) 328-9641.

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

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

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