New Mexico Teaching License Renewal
All first-year New Mexico educators will be issued a Level I Provisional Teacher License, which is a five-year non-renewable license. A Level I teacher must advance to Level II by completing a dossier or a summative evaluation application through the school district. A Level I teacher may advance to Level II after the third year of experience but must advance to Level II by the end of the fifth year of experience at Level I.
Level III Licensure
A teacher is eligible to apply for Level III licensure upon completion of at least three years of successful teaching at Level II AND achievement of either an approved post-baccalaureate (master's) degree or advanced certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. See our Masters Program
To advance your skills and improve effectiveness as a teacher,
You'll find our graduate level courses to be relevant, engaging and highly applicable to your classroom or school setting…the perfect option to meet your salary advancement needs. Simply select the course(s), session, and a University Partner. Make sure to explore our pricing discounts.
If you need assistance with submission of a district approval form, course mapping or timelines, we’re happy to help. Our Advisory team is here to help you succeed!
Learners Edge continuing education courses are approved by our regionally accredited universities and colleges from throughout the United States. These partners provide official transcripts, letter grades and graduate credit for successfully completed Learners Edge courses.
When selecting your course, choose any of our CAEP and/or regionally accredited graduate credit university partners to gain the semester hours of credit.
Learners Edge offers over 100 relevant and engaging continuing education courses to help advance your career.
We have created two online Masters programs with our University Partner, Augustana University - a Master of Arts in Education and a Master of Arts in Special Education. Both degrees are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. These affordable masters degrees in education can propel teachers in their learning and in their career all from the comfort of their home.
Above is a summary of how Learners Edge may help your continuing education and New Mexico license renewal needs. This summary should in no way release individuals from their responsibility of ensuring that the course(s) they take meets their professional needs. We hope it provides assistance in understanding how Learners Edge might help you in the accumulation of clock hours or graduate credit for salary advancement and the New Mexico license renewal process. See the New Mexico Public Education Department Website for complete NM teacher relicensure information.