Teacher Certification - Substitute
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Teacher Certification

ALREADY CERTIFIED in Washington?

To use the following pages and determine which options are available, you will need to know what type of certificate you hold and the date of expiration. If you have your original certificate, you can locate the certificate type and expiration date under your name on the document. If you do not have your certificate, we can provide you the certificate information if you email us a request and provide us your complete name (including former names) and date of birth.

Select from the following list the certificate CURRENTLY HELD or MOST RECENTLY HELD:

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Substitute Teaching Certificate

Requirements

The Substitute Certificate enables someone to substitute for any regular classroom teacher for up to 30 consecutive school days. The Substitute Certificate requires the same level of preparation as a regular teaching certificate. 

Must have earned a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college/university

Have completed a state-approved college/university teacher preparation program, to include teaching methodology and internship.  In Washington there are 22 state-approved teacher preparation programs.


  Application

Includes details on the documents needed and process to obtain certification.

Electronic Certification Application
benefits of applying online

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Download Certification Forms

 

 

 

 

 

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