What is a ma DESE licensure?

What is a ma DESE licensure?

The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is responsible for licensing all professional educators including teachers, psychologists, guidance counselors, nurses, speech language pathologists and many other professional positions in the Pembroke Public Schools.

How do I get my DESE certification in Massachusetts?

An Initial License requires passing scores on the appropriate MTEL exam and completion of a DESE-approved educator preparation program. An Initial License is valid for five years of employment and may be extended once, for five years. After that time, an educator is required to advance to a Professional License.

What does dese mean in school?

the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education
DESE means the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education.

How do I become a teacher without a degree in Missouri?

Substitute teacher certification is not required if you have a valid Missouri teaching certificate. If your certificate has expired or you never qualified for one, you need a substitute certificate and a current background check. A Content Substitute certificate allows you to teach in a K-12 classroom.

What is dese mean?

Acronym. Definition. DESE. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

How do you pronounce Dese?


  1. IPA: /diːz/
  2. Rhymes: -iːz.

How do I change the certificate on my Dese web application?

You will need to log on to DESE Web Applications with your user id and password. Once you have access to your profile page, the Certificate Status link is located in the menu to the left. By clicking on Certificate Status, you will see the box that says View Substitute Certificate.

What is the difference between a DESE and content substitute certificate?

If an applicant has previously fingerprinted for DESE, a new fingerprint clearance will be required if the previous one is over twelve months old. A Content Substitute certificate is for individuals wishing to substitute teach in the K-12 classroom setting (elementary, middle/high school content areas, special education, art, music, PE, etc.).

How do I get help with the educator certification system?

Get help here) Choose the Educator Certification System link (located on the User Applications page.) If you have a certification account, but have not accessed it for over 5 years, please follow steps #1 and #2 located in the Educator Certification Help Guide.

How do I become a Certified Teacher Education Specialist in Missouri?

Complete one (1) online Initial Professional application and submit it to the Missouri institution where you completed your teacher education program. The institution will complete their portion and then forward the application to DESE for processing. If you have not received a background clearance within the past 12 months, you will need to do so.