North Carolina

Renewal Credits/Contact hours

North Carolina Public School Teachers

  • Employed teachers must get permission from their LEA before taking courses.
  •  Persons who hold an NC license but who are not currently employed in the North Carolina PSUs or by governing boards of approved nonpublic schools may earn renewal credit through college or university coursework, or local courses and workshops on the same basis as currently employed persons. The Department of Public Instruction shall determine if the credits meet the criteria as outlined. Refer to Section III of this policy for the breakdown of the 8.0 renewal credits.
  • The Teacher’s Academy will provide a Certificate of Completion with contact hours earned, as documentation for teachers to submit.
  • Teachers must earn 8 renewal credits or 80 contact hours for license renewal. One renewal credit = 10 contact hours.

Affordable, Online Professional Development Options

  • Materials are sent to you immediately and you can begin your course right away.
  • Courses can be completed autonomously and at your own convenience.
  • Courses are reviewed within 5-7 business days.
  • The Teacher’s Academy is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

Our courses are:

  • Affordable. Teachers can earn all professional development hours necessary to maintain their license for less than the cost of one community college course.
  • Convenient. Our self-paced courses are emailed immediately after purchase and can be downloaded to any computer.
  • Effective. We research the latest education strategies that address the needs of the 21st century classroom.

North Carolina Private School Teachers

  • The Teacher’s Academy is an approved provider of ACSI Credits, Continuing Education Units (CEUs) by Association of Christian School International.
  • The Teacher’s Academy courses fall under professional, non-biblical studies.
Although the Teacher’s Academy goes to great lengths to stay on top of the latest state regulations for teachers in each state, it is the responsibility of the teacher to understand the process for submission and approval of all professional development and licensing work, according to their state requirements.
The Teacher’s Academy will provide unofficial transcripts upon request.

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