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 IEP Issues - Teacher Certification

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Michigan Teacher Certification Look-up - Currently there are 31 colleges and universities approved by the State Board of Education to prepare teachers and recommend them to the Board for certification/licensure to teach. Licensure, as used in this discussion, means the official recognition by the State Board of Education that an individual has met state requirements regarding the knowledge and skills needed to teach and is approved to practice as an educator in the state. Certificate records are made available using the Michigan Teacher Certification Look-up to provide immediate access to information for the convenience of interested persons.


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