The Office of Educator Licensure
We are currently processing applications received week of
March 16, 2015
Only applications having a cleared background by the
Nevada Department of Public Safety and FBI
will be processed.
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The Office of Educator Licensure serves all seventeen Nevada counties throughout the state, with locations in both Carson City and Las Vegas. Our mission is to provide top-quality customer service and to
effectively & efficiently evaluate educator license applications in
an expeditious manner, while ensuring that only those fully-qualified
We have recently updated our website, and quite a few things
have changed. The following synopsis
will give you an idea what information is available on each page.
- General Licensure Information -This page contains general information and
requirements pertaining to all applicants for any license or endorsement.
- Specific Areas of Licensure - This page lists the different areas of licensure
and endorsement that are available, and has links to specific qualifications
for each license or endorsement.
– All forms utilized by the Office of Educator Licensure are available in printable
PDF format on this page.
Updates – This page contains brief synopses of recent law and regulation
changes that may affect the licensure process.
License Lookup – Use this page to check the status of a Nevada educator
Asked Questions – Find answers to some of the most common questions
regarding the licensure process.
(Moving to Nevada) – The Office of Educator licensure encourages educators
who are currently licensed in another state to apply for a reciprocal license
in Nevada. Visit this page to find out
if your current state’s license may qualify for reciprocity.
a Current License – This page contains guidelines for renewing a Nevada
educator license, as well as information on how to make changes to your
Requirements – Visit this page for an overview of Nevada’s requirements for
competency testing and state-mandated testing.