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Hello-I am a special education teacher in Massachusetts and am wondering if anyone has any information regarding my situation. My license is going to expire in a week, and I went online to extend it. However one requirement is that you have to have taught under the license (initial) for 5 years and I held the license for a year as a para, being unable to find a job. Does anyone know if I would be eligible for a waiver?
Thanks

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dee 03-03-2019 12:22 PM

I think you can just extend it on ELAR for another 5 years.
They've changed licensing requirements seemingly every other year.
If you can't navigate ELAR, call DESE (probably Tuesday with this storm coming)

GraceKrispy 03-03-2019 11:56 AM

I would definitely call the state licensing department and ask. In some states, you can easily extend it and in others it becomes provisional until you get that experience. I would definitely call to get the best information! Good luck!

zoe417 03-03-2019 11:17 AM

Hello-I am a special education teacher in Massachusetts and am wondering if anyone has any information regarding my situation. My license is going to expire in a week, and I went online to extend it. However one requirement is that you have to have taught under the license (initial) for 5 years and I held the license for a year as a para, being unable to find a job. Does anyone know if I would be eligible for a waiver?
Thanks




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