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Candidates who are interested in a teaching or advanced state license must complete a program approved by the Virginia Department of Education. To be eligible for verification forms for other states, the licensure office must verify that candidates have completed one of our approved licensure programs. Programs that lead to licensure will involve coursework, licensure tests, and student teaching or internship.
DVDs of Put Reading First are also on reserve in the Curriculum Library. Students may view these videos in the Curriculum Library.
Praxis Subject Assessment (previous Praxis II)
To locate available testing centers and to register, please visit the Praxis testing site. The following tests and composite scores are required for the endorsement (teaching specialist) areas as indicated.
Not all Praxis Subject Assessments are available in a computer-based format, so be sure to plan ahead.
Accommodations Related to a Documented Disability: If you have a documented disability and think you may need special accommodations to complete the required test(s), please see the individual testing pages and/or contact the Liberty University Office of Disability and Accommodation Support (ODAS) for more information.
Math Emporium and Math Courses (for further support and practice)
MATH 100/MATH 100L*
MATH 110/MATH 110L*
*Optional companion labs may be taken concurrently with MATH 100 and MATH 110. Each lab will provide weekly live online sessions with a math instructor. During this time, candidates will be able to walk through examples, receive additional instruction through live synchronous sessions, and have the opportunity to ask questions with immediate answers (similar to being in a classroom).
Tutor.com Resources (Available for online students only)
Documenting Test Scores
It is recommended that candidates list Liberty University as a score recipient on licensure tests. Even though test scores may be sent to Liberty University electronically from the testing company, the candidates are also responsible for printing and storing records of the official score sheets. Official score sheets must be submitted by the candidate as a scanned copy at various Gates. A hard copy of the official score sheets must be submitted by the candidate to the Liberty University Teacher Licensure Office for Gate 4 paperwork.
For additional test score documentation assistance: