Category Archives: licensure
The Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB) recently waived the posting requirement for internal hires seeking out-of-field-permission until the board revises Minnesota Rules part 8710.0320. Visit http://www.mnmsba.org/Portals/0/PELSB-Resolution-June2019.pdf to view PELSB’s complete resolution.
The Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB) will be holding a “train-the-trainer” teacher mentorship training program in August in an effort to help Minnesota school districts and charter schools comply with new teacher mentorship requirements. The training will provide … Continue reading
The Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB) is moving to its new office location at Bandana Square in St. Paul. During the move, the PELSB office will be closed starting today (May 13) through May 16. The PELSB … Continue reading
The Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board will have open seats when the terms of two members expire on January 1, 2019. PELSB encourages members of the public to submit applications for consideration to serve on the PELSB Board. … Continue reading
Sen. Eric Pratt successfully amended the Senate education omnibus bill (SF 3086) on Tuesday, May 1. Sen. Pratt’s amendment includes language that delays implementation of the new tiered licensure system until September 1, 2018. This delay affects the four tiers, … Continue reading
Source: Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board The Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB) has announced that its two upcoming rulemaking meetings are open to the public. These meetings will provide input on proposed rules regarding the issuance, validity and … Continue reading
The Legislative Study Group on Educator Licensure met for the fifth time on Tuesday, October 25. The group — made up of six state senators and six state representatives — is discussing concerns raised by the Office of the Legislator … Continue reading