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Do I need to complete my statutory stipulations?

Friday, December 1, 2017

The recently passed 2017 – 2019 Wisconsin state budget contains major changes to licensure rules. We are working to review the changes and how they will affect licenses going forward.  What is known is that educators who hold a license with statutory stipulations are still required to meet those statutory stipulations.  Educators must provide evidence that they have met their statutory stipulations in order to be eligible for the lifetime license created in the state budget.  If an educator has not met their statutory stipulations by the expiration date of their license, they may apply for a three-year provisional license. 


Please continue to monitor our Latest Licensing News blog for updates on changes to licensing.

State Budget Licensure Changes

Important NoticeEducators who hold a Professional or Master Educator license that was supposed to expire on June 30, 2018, DO NOT NEED TO APPLY to renew their license with credits or a PDP.  The state budget has removed the expiration dates from these licenses, and we are working to have license lookup reflect that.

Please visit the Latest Licensing News blog for information on the state budget's impact on licensure. All available information has been posted to the Latest Licensing News blog. Please Note: the first post relating to the new license rules was written September 22nd.