Employed Teachers: How to Apply . . .
Contact the personnel administrator with your employing school system. He/she will assist you in completing the application for your RALC plan of study. Employed teachers must submit official transcripts to their employing school system, who will forward them to the RALC. All questions should be directed to the personnel administrator at your employing school system. He/she is the first point of contact for licensure concerns.
Prospective Teachers: How to Apply . . .
Click here to download the three-page Prospective Teacher Application (pdf). Print these forms and complete each one including your signature and date.
2. Supporting Documentation
Official transcripts from all community colleges, colleges, and universities where you have earned credits are required. The type of degree, date earned, and GPA must be shown on the transcript where applicable.
Foreign applicants must submit official documentation of eligibility to work in the United States, official foreign transcripts, an official translation, and a course-by-course evaluation from an international education evaluation service. See the Resources page for a link to the international education evaluation services.
The RALC will accept clear, unaltered copies of official test scores, if applicable. See the Resources page for test information.
3. Submit Application and Supporting Documents
RALC mailing addresses for submitting supplemental materials are located under Contacts. Mail your three-page Prospective Teacher Application and supporting documentation, if applicable, in one packet.
How long will it take to hear from the RALC?
The timeframe for an evaluation depends on the volume of pending requests. Your application is not complete until all required documentation is received. Only complete applications are evaluated. Once evaluations are completed, you will receive notification via email or US Mail.