Licensing in any state can be confusing, including in Kansas! The Emporia State University Licensure Officer has provided information here to help guide you through the process and assist you in understanding what you need. Most information for licensing comes from the Regulations and Standards for Kansas Educators from the Kansas State Department of Education website.
Contact the ESU Licensure Officer, Shannon Hall, when you need assistance or just have questions! She can be reached by phone at 620-341-5412 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out which test you must take for your ESU teaching or school specialist program: www.ets.org/praxis/ks
To find out which test you must take for your ESU School Leadership program: www.ets.org/sls/ks
The above websites are maintained by ETS in cooperation with KSDE. If you are unsure of which test is required for your degree and/or Kansas license, you are always welcome to contact the ESU Licensure officer.
ESU STUDENT TEACHERS-- check your degree evaluation by signing into your Buzz In!
*Please note this includes the classes you are enrolled in for the next semester, too (if you are). The total number of hours showing includes these hours.
*The Degree Evaluation is broken up into sections much like a General Education requirement sheet. To find out what else might be needed to complete each area contact your Advisor with questions.
*Make sure you will complete all degree requirements AND pass your Praxis tests for your graduation as well as for your license requirements! ESU cannot recommend for a one-year nonrenewable license because the Praxis tests are part of your approved program! Be prepared when interviewing for jobs that you know this!
Teacher Licensure and Accreditation
Landon State Office Building
900 SW Jackson, Suite 106
Topeka, KS 66612
The menu below is a guideline for the type of information to be found in the Licensure section. Please bear with us as we create these pages! If something does not appear and you have questions regarding licensure, please do contact Shannon Hall, ESU Licensure Officer at email@example.com