Certification in Wisconsin
Teaching Italian in Wisconsin
So, you’d like to teach Italian in Wisconsin? Depending on your qualifications and training, there are a few routes you may take.
Do I Need a Wisconsin Educator License?
To teach in a private school, at the college or university level, or for an after school or continuing adult education program, you do not need a Wisconsin educator’s license. However, to teach in the Wisconsin public school system, you must obtain your Wisconsin educator’s license.
Catholic School Requirements
To teach in the Catholic school system in Wisconsin, every teacher must complete additional training.
View the additional training requirement information from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Teaching in the Wisconsin Public School System
To teach in the Wisconsin public school system, you must obtain your Wisconsin educator’s license.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is the state agency responsible for administering the educator licensure program. Most of the following information is from their website http://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl (exit WisItalia to DPI).