Administrative Relicensure
Administrative Relicensure

Administrative License Renewal

Step 1
Participate in 125 clock hours of administrative and supervisory education that have been pre-approved by the Minnesota Board of School Administrators.  With the exception of relevant coursework completed at accredited colleges and universities, the Board of School Administrators (BOSA) must pre-approve all administrative continuing education activities. 

The Office of Staff Development and Continuous Improvment will submit Board of School Administrator requests for all in-district staff development for administrators. Once BOSA approval is received, the Staff Development secretary will build a course on PDExpress that each admin should enroll in. The secretary or activity presenter will enter BOSA approved CEUs on PDExpress.

Step 2
Upload any in-district BOSA-approved CEU certificates approved prior to the 2010-11 school year. Follow the guidelines provided on the PPT Tutorial (see Resources box in upper left of this window).

Step 3
Check your transcript on PDExpress to verify you have the required 125 hours.

Step 4
Email the Office of Human Resources about having the required 125 hours needed toward relicensure uploaded and/or posted on your PDExpress transcript.

Related Notes

  • A five-year administrative license will be granted to applicants who verify one year of administrative experience while holding a valid two-year administrative license.
  • Five-year administrative licenses expire on June 30 of the year of expiration. 
  • Renewal requirements must be met during the five-year period of each continuing license and no clock hours will carry forward into any subsequent five-year licensure period.  
Relicensure Process
  • Administrators use the same process as teachers for relicensure.
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