- About OEQA
- Educator Preparation
- Certification Testing
- National Board Certification
- Oklahoma School Performance Review
- School & District Profiles Reports
Effective July 1, 2015: Out-of-state educators, with 5 years of successful teaching experience in out-of-state accredited schools and seeking Oklahoma certification, will be exempt from meeting the Oklahoma educator assessment requirements for the subject/grade levels most closely aligned with their out-of-state certification.
Questions Regarding Application for Oklahoma certification should be directed to the Teacher Certification Division of the Oklahoma State Department of Education, 405-521-3337.
OEQA releases the 2014 Oklahoma School Profiles. Eighteen (18) years of Profiles Reports are available online. Click here to access the Oklahoma School Profiles.
National Board Certified Teachers
More than 4,000 Teachers Achieve National Board Certification,
Profession’s Mark of Accomplished Teaching
Results Follow National Poll Showing Broad Public Demand for Certification
In 2014, more than 4,000 teachers nationwide achieved National Board Certification through a performance-based, peer-review process similar to Board certification in medicine. To date, more than 110,000 teachers in all 50 states have achieved the profession’s gold standard for accomplished teaching, based on standards—created by teachers, for teachers—that define what teachers should know and be able to do to advance student learning. Oklahoma has a total of 3,096 National Board Certified Teachers.
To read more about Oklahoma's newly certified teachers, please click here
Office of Educational Quality and Accountability
840 Research Parkway ♦ Suite 455 ♦ Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Phone: (405) 522-5399; Fax (405)525-0373