It was great seeing you all at the NCACTE Fall Conference. Here are the powerpoints from the two sessions NCDPI presented.

Click here for a copy of the powerpoint presented at the NCDPI Updates session.

Click here for a copy of the powerpoint presented at the Licensure session.



Below are answers to questions that were posed at the NCACTE meeting that I did not have an answer to at the time.

Question: Is there some place we can have access to recent screen shots of the Licensure Management and Application Online Systems?
Answer: yes. One place you may find helpful is on the RALC webpage. They have some videos set up that can help you naviagate the online systems. That website can be accessed here.

Question: Is there some sort of a crosswalk between the licenses the state offers and what course/subjects/classes folks are allow to teach with them?

Answer: yes. You can find this crosswalk on our NC-SIS site at: http://www.nc-sis.org/courses.html. Specifically, it is titled: "Licensure In-Field-Subject-EC Crosswalk 2016-17 School Year."




Correction: I was inaccurate when I suggested the SAT scores would likely not be taken if they were older than five years. Michael Maher found some documentation that says this is not the case and SATs can be used if they are older. Thank you, Michael for finding that for us.

The information can be found at this link:
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/scores/sending-scores/old-scores

This is taken directly from the weblink above:
Older SAT Score Reports
Some older score reports include special notes or indicators:
Official score reports sent to colleges five or more years after a test date are accompanied by a message explaining that they may be less valid predictors of college academic performance than more recent scores.
Scores for tests taken on or after April 1, 1995, are reported on a recentered scale. An "R" next to your scores indicates this.