Online PD Courses for teachers in New York (NY)
(not a New York teacher, click here to find your state)
How do I keep and renew a teaching certificate in New York?
Teachers and teacher assistants use online professional development and continuing education courses to renew a teaching certificate in NY and NYC.
According to the NY State Department of Education, an educator with a professional classroom teaching certificate, educational leadership certificate, or Level III teaching assistant certificate is required to successfully complete 100 clock hours of acceptable CTLE, including 15 hours of Language Acquisition Requirements (ELL & ESL), to renew a teaching certificate in NY. Each semester-hour of credit through a regionally accredited university equals 15 clock hours of CTLE credit.
How do I apply for a salary differential in NY and NYC?
Renew a Teaching Certificate by Professional Learning Board is an approved provider for salary differential online courses (both UFT A+ Credits and ASPDP P-credits).
ASPDP P-Credit online courses for salary differential:
- ASPDP P-Credit: Action Research for School Improvement
- ASPDP P-Credit: Cultural Competency
- ASPDP P-Credit: Introduction to Autism
- ASPDP P-Credit: Standards-based Instruction through STEM
UFT A+ Credit online courses for salary differential:
- UFT A+ Credit: Action Research for School Improvement
- UFT A+ Credit: Cultural Competency
- UFT A+ Credit: Introduction to Autism
- UFT A+ Credit: Standards-based Instruction through STEM
How do I contact the NY State Department of Education?
Contact the New York State Department of Education
89 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12234
The information and courses listed on this page are presented as of February 28th, 2020. Please note that state licensing requirements and school district approval processes may change and it is the responsibility of each teacher to know their licensing requirements and the process for submission and approval of all professional development and licensing requirements. Professional Learning Board does not guarantee acceptance by your school, district or licensing authority.