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Re-Education Requirements

General Re-education Requirements: Substitute teachers: 67.1-02-02-10

Qualifications: A substitute teacher must hold a valid North Dakota educators' professional license based upon the same qualifications as a contracted teacher. A substitute teacher holding a regular license may substitute in any area requiring regular elementary or secondary licensure. An individual with a restricted license may substitute only in the individual's area of restriction.

Reeducation: A substitute teacher who has not been under contract at any time during the person's current license does not need to submit reeducation hours to renew licensure. A substitute teacher who have been under contract, part-time or full-time, at any time during the person's current license, or who enter into a contract, must meet the reeducation requirements for contracted teachers.

Shortages: Interim licensure may be granted for substitute teachers as detailed in Section 67.1-02-04-02 when a shortage of regularly licensed substitutes exists.

History: Effective October 16, 1998-April 14, 1999; June 1, 1999.
General Authority: NDCC 15-36-01, 28-32-02
Law Implemented: NDCC 15-36-01

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