After you have completed the required course work for your education program including student teaching, you will graduate from IPFW with a bachelor of science degree. Upon successful graduation, passing state required exams, and taking training in CPR and suicide prevention, you will be ready to apply for an Indiana teacher license.How to apply for an ORIGINAL teaching licenseHow to apply to RENEW your teaching licenseHow to apply to make an ADDITION to your teaching licenseHow to apply for an ADMINISTRATIVE teaching licenseHow to apply for a SCHOOL SERVICES teaching license
About every seven to ten years, the state updates the requirements to earn an Indiana teacher license. The rules for those requirements are often referred to by the law that was enacted to update the requirements. Since August 31, 2011, the current licensing rules are referred to as REPA.
The Indiana Department of Education has a website with information about teacher license application and requirements. Once you are there, click on the LVIS link.
Please contact Jim Beard, Director of EPIC with any questions.
Jim Beard, M.A.
Director of Educational Planning and Information Center
- Office: Neff Hall, 243B
- Phone: 260-481-4100
- E-mail: email@example.com
An IPFW education student teaching a literacy lesson.