What is the RALC?
There are four Regional Alternative Licensing Centers (RALCs) in North Carolina, created by the State Board of Education and the Department of Public Instruction. They were designed to assist lateral entry teachers in NC to achieve a full professional educator’s license. read more...>
Courses listed on the RALC website are approved for employed and prospective teachers who have a current plan of study on file with one of the four RALCs. Individuals with an expired or no plan of study should not take these courses and assume they will count.
Plans of study for CTE provisional license areas are only issued to employed teachers who have been issued CTE provisional (restricted) licenses by NC DPI. A copy of the requirements letter issued with the CTE provisional license must accompany the RALC application. The RALC does not evaluate for experience credit nor does it evaluate for license qualification purposes for CTE provisional licensure areas.
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