Wisconsin Teacher Reciprocity Agreements

There are various avenues for out-of-state applicants to earn teaching certification in the state of Wisconsin. The type of certification will vary depending on whether or not you have teaching experience as a licensed teacher in another state, what type of education you have received and whether your licensing examinations are similar to the required examinations in Wisconsin. For more information on the process and specifics of earning your teaching certification in Wisconsin through reciprocity, explore the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction website, or call (608) 266-1027.

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

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

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