Online PD Courses for teachers in Delaware (DE)
(not a Delaware teacher, click here to find your state)
How do I renew a teaching license in Delaware?
The following resources include details for teachers to process renewing a teaching license in Delaware.
- Active Initial License Renewal (Moving to Continuing License)
- Active Continuing License Renewal
- Active Advanced License Renewal
- Expired Continuing License Renewal
- Clock Hours Documentation
- License Renewal Resources
According to the Delaware Department of Education to renew a Continuing License, teachers must complete ninety (90) clock hours of professional development, with at least forty-five (45) clock hours every five (5) years completed in activities that relate to the educator’s work with students or staff.
Clock hours for college or university courses shall use the following equivalencies:
- One semester hour equals 15 clock hours
- One quarter hour equals 10 clock hours
- One CEU equals 10 clock hours
RenewaTeachingLicense.com courses have been used to meet state requirements for renewing, pd activities and align to Professional Educator Standards. ConnectedPD.com has professional development and staff development for schools.
How do I contact the DE Department of Education?
Contact the Delaware Department of Education
The Townsend Building
401 Federal Street, Suite 2
Dover, DE 19901-3639
Disclaimer: Please ensure the courses meet requirements for your teaching certificate and circumstances and align with what the state Department of Education requires. The new continuing education information and courses listed on this page are current as of January 1st, 2020 to meet the current and best information available. Please note that state licensing requirements and school district approval processes may change and it is the responsibility of each teacher to know about their state certification requirements and the process for submission and approval of all professional and staff development hours for renewal of licenses, licensing and certificate renewal and expired certification. Professional Learning Board does not guarantee acceptance by your school, district or licensing authority.