Kansas Secondary Mathematics Certification and Exam Requirements
WGU students who want to become certified in Kansas need to first license in Utah after completing their teacher preparation program. A student can then apply for a reciprocal license in KS after receiving their Utah license. Refer to the following for specific state requirements: general Utah teacher certification requirements and general Kansas teacher certification requirements.
In Kansas, this program leads to a certification in Mathematics, Level 6-12.
Important Note Regarding Field Experiences and Licensure
1) Content Exam UT & KS: Praxis 5161, Mathematics: Content Knowledge
You must pass this exam to graduate from this program and be recommended for licensure.
This exam also satisfies the WGU Program Requirement.
2) Pedagogy Exam: Praxis 5624, Principles of Learning and Teaching: Grades 7-12
You must pass this exam to be recommended for licensure in Kansas.
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