If you are attending a four-year college or university and planning to be a Minnesota special education teacher, there are some things you should be doing right now.
Use the form below to track your steps as you complete each requirement.
Complete a baccalaureate degree (or higher).
Take and pass the Minnesota Teacher License Examinations (MTLE) Basic Skills Tests.
Complete a Board of Teaching-approved teacher licensure program (probably at the graduate level). View State-Approved Special Education Teacher Licensure Programs.
Take and pass the Minnesota Teacher License Examinations (MTLE) Pedagogy Tests and Special Education Content Tests.
Log into the Minnesota Online Licensing System to begin your submission of your application for a Minnesota teaching license.
Facts and Information About Ebola
The Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) is working with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to provide information about the Ebola virus to schools. And though, officials and health experts continue to stress that the risk to Minnesotans is currently very low, Gov Dayton and and MDH Commissioner Ehlinger have convened leaders in the health, human services and public safety sectors to develop prevention plans for our state. Call the Ebola Information Line: 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903.