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Congratulations to our 14 new National Board Certified Teachers in North Dakota! Sheyenne High School in West Fargo had the most new NBCTs in the country, with 12. This brings the total number of North Dakota teachers who hold National Board Certification to 56.
ESPB thanks you for your commitment to excellence and service to North Dakota students!
The Education Standards and Practices Board will be transitioning to electronic licenses during the week of Oct 8-12, 2018. After the transition, teachers will no longer receive a paper copy of their teaching license in the mail. Instead, teachers will be able to print their own license from their ND Teach account. Once a teaching license is renewed, the teacher will receive a confirmation email and instructions on how they can print their updated license. In addition, any person holding a valid ND Teaching License may print a copy of their teaching license from their ND Teach account at any time after this transition. If for some reason you still need ESPB to print and mail you a copy of your license, you can apply for a duplicate license online as you are able to do now. The fee of $20 will remain the same. We are excited about this transition and hope ND teachers find it convenient. We thank you in advance for your patience during this transition period. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the ESPB office. Thank you.
Starting Oct. 5, 2018, the fee of a 40 Day Provisional License will change from $25 to $50. This change is a result of the ESPB Board meeting on Oct. 4, 2018.