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Technology and Engineering Education Equivalency Resources


The Department of Public Instruction is committed to expanding opportunities for students to meet graduation requirements. In the summer of 2007, Wisconsin released information about establishing local science and mathematics equivalency credits to technology and engineering courses.

Please feel free to contact, if you have questions about the technology and engineering equivalency credit process.

Math and Science

Informational Resources

State Superintendent's TEE Equivalency Letter - State Superintendent's letter to district administrators announcing the availability for TEE teachers/departments applying for equivalency graduation credit

TEE and Science Education Task Force Report - The State Superintendent's Technology and Engineering Education and Science Task Force Report which summarizes the work that led to establishing a science equivalency credit option for TEE/Science courses.

TEE/Science Equivalency Step-by-Step Process - This is a step-by-step process districts can use to help guide them through the process of applying for TEE/Science equivalency credit.

Equivalent Courses FAQ


PI-1803-TEE Math Equivalency Form


Sample Crosswalk Math

Sample Crosswalk Science

Project Lead the Way


PI-1803-TEE Project Lead the Way Math/Science Form

Sample Crosswalks

Sample Crosswalk PLTW