Renew a Teaching License in IN
(not an Indiana teacher, click here to find your state)
How do I renew a teaching license in IN?
The Indiana Department of Education recommends Professional Learning Board as a PD provider for license renewal. Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to renew a five and ten year teaching license in Indiana.
What state requirements does a teacher in Indiana need to meet for renewal?
Educators who hold a 5 or 10 year license are required to complete:
After the third (3rd) IP license (second renewal) has been issued and the license holder has still not completed the requirements to obtain a five-year Practitioner license, to start the six-year IP cycle over the license holder must complete 90 PGPs.
What are the state requirements to renew an Educational Interpreter Permit in IN?
An EI certificate is valid for two years. Renewal of an Educational Interpreter (EI) Permit requires a total of 36 PGPs:
- 18 PGPEI points in skill development
- 18 PGPEI points distributed in one or more of the following areas:
How do I get free PGPs for teachers in Indiana?
How do I contact the IN Department of Education?
Contact the Indiana Department of Education
South Tower, Suite 600
115 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2795
Disclaimer: Please ensure the information and courses meet requirements for your teaching certificate and circumstances and align with what your state Department of Education requires. The new continuing education information and courses listed on this page are current as of April 5th, 2021 to meet the best information available. State licensing requirements and school district approval processes may change and it is your responsibility as a licensed or certified teacher to know your state certification renewal requirements and the process for submission and approval of all professional and staff development hours for renewing a license, licensing and certificate renewal and expired or lapsed certification. Professional Learning Board can not guarantee acceptance by your school, district, state Department of Education or licensing authority.