Wyoming Teacher Reciprocity Agreements

As long as out-of-state applicants have completed regionally accredited teacher preparation programs, they are qualified to use their current credentials as teachers or graduates of teaching programs to apply for teaching certification in Wyoming. The certifications available to out-of-state applicants will vary depending on each applicants' previous type of certification and examinations that were successfully completed. For more information on the process of certification through reciprocity and options available, explore the Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board website, or call (307) 777-7291.

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

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

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