What Proof of credential renewal will I need?

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  1. oldstudent

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    Five years go by so quickly; I am therefore thankful that one of the three districts I sub for reminded me that my credential expires in three months.

    Doesn't the commission send out reminder e-mails?

    At any rate, I sent in my $102.50 and renewed on line.

    Is the e mail receipt enough to prove that I renewed my credential so I can remain active?

    Will the commission (CA), send me any other documentation that my appilcation has been accepted, or is this it?

    I called the commission per their instructions if we have questions, but the automated system simply told me they were busy, and to call back later before hanging up on me.
     
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  3. mathteachertobe

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    You won't get any documentation, but the expiration date on the website will change. Anyone, like a potential employer, who looks up your credential will see the new expiration date.
     
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    I received my printable version this morning, but there is no mention of "CLAD" . Does anyone have a guess as to why this was left off?


    It only states " Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential: renewal.

    I expected " CLAD" after " Credential".
     
  5. TeacherGroupie

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    The state may simply have decided, given that CLAD has been obligatory since 2003, that it doesn't need to be mentioned any more.
     

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