Teacherline: Pre-Approved CEU Credit

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District Approval for Teacherline(CEU) Professional Development

  1. Alamance/Burlington Schools
  2. Alexander County Schools
  3. Alleghany County Schools
  4. Anson County Schools
  5. Ashe County Schools
  6. Asheboro City Schools
  7. Asheville City Schools
  8. Avery County Schools
  9. Beaufort County Schools
  10. Bertie County Schools
  11. Bladen County Schools
  12. Brunswick County Schools
  13. Buncombe County Schools
  14. Burke County Public Schools (certificate to director of curriculum)
  15. Cabarrus County Schools (certificate to Dr. Bish)
  16. Camden County Schools
  17. Carteret County Public Schools
  18. Caldwell County Schools
  19. Caswell County Schools
  20. Catawba County Schools
  21. Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools
  22. Chatham County Schools
  23. Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
  24. (signed certificate required)
  25. Cherokee County Schools
  26. Clay County Schools
  27. Cleveland County Schools
  28. Columbus County Schools (with certificate)
  29. Craven County Schools
  30. Currituck County Schools
  31. Dare County Schools
  32. Davie County Schools (if course is pertinent to  teacher subject area)
  33. Duplin County Schools
  34. Durham Public Schools
  35. Edgecombe County Schools
  36. Elizabeth City/Pasquotank County Schools
  37. Elkin City Schools
  38. Gaston County Schools
  39. Gates County Schools
  40. Graham County Schools
  41. Granville County Schools (with a certificate)
  42. Greene County Schools
  43. Guilford County Schools
  44. Halifax County Schools
  45. Haywood County Schools
  46. Henderson County Schools
  47. Hertford County Schools
  48. Hickory City Schools
  49. Hickory Public Schools
  50. Hoke County Schools
  51. Hyde County Public Schools
  52. Iredell-Statesville Schools
  53. Jackson County Schools
  54. Johnston County Schools
  55. Jones County Schools
  56. Kannapolis City Schools
  57. Lee County Schools
  58. Lenoir County Schools
  59. Lexington City Schools
  60. Lincoln County Schools (with prior approval)
  61. Macon County Schools
  62. Madison County Public Schools
  63. Martin County Schools
  64. McDowell County Schools
  65. Mitchell County Schools
  66. Montgomery County Schools
  67. Moore County Schools
  68. Mooresville Graded School District
  69. New Hanover County Schools (with certificate to Director of PD)
  70. Newton-Conover City School System
  71. Nash/Rocky Mount Schools
  72. Northampton County Schools
  73. Onslow County Schools (case by case basis)
  74. Orange County Schools
  75. Pamlico County Schools (with prior approval)
  76. Pender County Schools
  77. Perquimans County Schools
  78. Pitt County Schools
  79. Polk County Schools
  80. Randolph County Schools (with prior approval)
  81. Richmond County Schools
  82. Roanoke Rapids City Schools
  83. Robeson County Schools
  84. Rockingham County Schools
  85. Rowan-Salisbury Schools
  86. Rutherford County Schools (with prior approval)
  87. Sampson County Schools
  88. Scotland County Schools
  89. Stanly County Schools
  90. Stokes County Schools (printed certificate required)
  91. Surry County Schools
  92. Swain County Schools (with prior approval for reimbursement from Regina Gilchrist Ash)
  93. Thomasville City Schools
  94. Transylvania County Schools
  95. Tyrrell County Schools
  96. Union County Schools
  97. Warren County Schools
  98. Washington County Schools (prior approval form must be completed before enrolling)
  99. Watauga County Schools
  100. Wayne County Public Schools
  101. Weldon City Schools
  102. Whiteville City Schools
  103. Wilkes County Schools (with prior approval)
  104. Wilson County Schools (with prior approval)
  105. Winston-Salem/Forsyth Schools
  106. Yadkin County Schools
  107. Yancey County Schools


Early Childhood Professionals
The NC Division of Child Development has approved all "PreK-K", "PreK-2", and "PreK-3" grade level courses for staff in licensed child care facilities and homes regulated by the Division. Learners must submit a valid TeacherLine Southeast certificate for in-service credit. Click here for more information.

North Carolina Teacher Continuing Education
North Carolina requires an individual holding a continuing license to renew every five years based on the completion of ten semester hours or fifteen units of renewal credit. The professional development activities are to focus in the areas of content knowledge, content pedagogy, assessment, diverse learners, leadership, technology, and other areas relating to the teacher’s professional assignment(s) and license field(s). The renewal credit is based on an activity that is delivered in a minimum of 10 clock hours over time with on-the-job application, feedback, and follow-up. Individuals teaching in grades kindergarten through eighth grade must complete three renewal credits in reading methods courses during each five-year renewal cycle. The employing school system is responsible for determining the appropriateness of an activity for its teachers. If the individual is not currently employed, then the Licensure Section of the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction would determine if the courses or activities taken are appropriate. To determine if an activity can be approved, please contact the personnel officer at the employing school district, or if not employed, the Licensure Section, NCDPI, (919) 807-3310.