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ETS is replacing the existing test #5122 Family and Consumer Sciences with an updated test #5123 Family and Consumer Sciences. This new test will be available for licensure in CTE Family and Consumer Sciences by applicants and prospective educators effective September 1, 2024. During a one-year transition period from September 1, 2024, until August 31, 2025, applicants for licensure may take and pass either test #5122 or test #5123. On September 1, 2025, test #5123 will become the sole required Family and Consumer Sciences test. In December 2023 a multistate standard-setting study was conducted by 13 panelists from 10 ETS client states. The panel’s resulting passing score recommendation is 66 out of a possible 110 raw-score points. The scale score associated with a raw score of 66 is 151 on a 100-200 scale. A one-page summary of test changes is provided. You may review the full multistate standard-setting report here and provide feedback here by 5 p.m. (ET) on Monday, March 25.

ETS is replacing the existing test #5051 Technology Education with an updated test #5053 Technology and Engineering Education. This new test will be available for licensure in Technology Education by applicants and prospective educators effective September 1, 2024. During a one-year transition period from September 1, 2024, until August 31, 2025, applicants for licensure may take and pass either test #5051 or test #5053. On September 1, 2025, test #5053 will become the sole required test for Technology Education licensure. In February 2024 a multistate standard-setting study was conducted by 13 panelists from 10 ETS client states, including one panelist from Indiana. The panel’s resulting passing score recommendation is 65 out of a possible 110 raw-score points. The scale score associated with a raw score of 65 is 157 on a 100-200 scale. A one-page summary of test changes is provided. You may review the full multistate standard-setting report here and provide feedback here by 5 p.m. (ET) on Monday, March 25.

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Alternate Certification Programs and Teaching Fellowships

Teaching Fellowships

  • Teach for America
    • Teach for America recruits outstanding recent college graduates from all backgrounds and career interests to commit to teach for two years in urban and rural public schools.
  • Indianapolis Teaching Fellows
    • Indianapolis Teaching Fellows recruits and trains talented career changers and recent college graduates to be outstanding teachers in high-need schools in Indianapolis.

Teacher Diversity and Recruitment

In collaboration with several local organizations, the IDOE is committed to addressing the shortage of diverse candidates entering the teaching profession in Indiana.