CEUs for Teachers and Educators

International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

IACET Accredited Provider

EdCompass, LLC (dba TeachMe Professional Development) is accredited by the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) (#5660188-1) and offers IACET CEUs for its learning events that comply with the ANSI/IACET Continuing Education and Training Standard. IACET is recognized internationally as a standard development organization and accrediting body that promotes quality of continuing education and training.

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IACET is a subsidiary of ANSI (American National Standards Institute) which is the accreditation body of US Government. IACET is the final word for quality standards in the continuing education sector.

Texas Education Agency

Texas Education Agency

TeachMe Professional Development has been approved by the Texas Education Agency as a Continuing Professional Education Provider CPE #901943.

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

TeachMe Professional Development has been approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in the content area of Safe & Supportive Learning Environments (Provider # F201500073). We believe that all of our courses cover the following specific focus areas:

School Counseling, School Climate and Culture, School Safety, Behavioral Health, Classroom Management and Discipline, Cultural Proficiency, Family and Community Engagement

Please note: Massachusetts requires that professional development approval be for activities that accumulate to 10 hours and that we provide a certificate with specific details. In order to fulfill this requirement, we ask that participants contact us through our support ticket system once they have completed 10 hours relating to “safe and supportive learning environments” and we will issue one or more certificates reflecting course completions.

Please see the Massachusetts PD Provider Registry at www.doe.mass.edu/pd for further information.

Colorado Department of Education

Colorado Department of Education

Once a TeachME course is completed, each participant will be able to print a certificate that meets the requirements stated below:
From the Colorado Department of Education:


Offering Professional Development, Training or Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

CDE no longer pre-approves CEUs, training or professional development workshops, conferences or inservices. The entity that holds the professional development/training/inservice can issue a certificate or letter that specifically states the following and we would accept it for renewal credit if it is applicable to the educator's license:

Category: Ongoing Professional Development
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Nevada Department of Education

Nevada Department of Education

TeachME Professional Development is approved by the Nevada Department of Education to provide clock hours for educators.

Montana Office of Public Instruction

Montana Office of Public Instruction

Teach Me has been approved by the Montana Office of Public Instruction as a Continuing Professional Education Provider. Please be sure to select your state in the license tab so we can generate a special OPI certificate for you.

Council for Professional Recognition (Early Childhood Educators)

Council for Professional Recognition

TeachMe Professional Development offers numerous courses for early childhood educators, and we will continue to expand in this area. The Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential is the most widely recognized credential in early childhood education (ECE) and is a key stepping stone on the path of career advancement in ECE. A CDA Credential is valid for three years from the award date, after which it may be renewed for three-year periods (Renewal credentials issued before July 1, 2013 are valid for a one-time 5-year term). The CDA has a new process for accepting training verification for credential renewal, which includes the option of completing 45 hours of training to be verified in the form of a college transcript, official certificates, or a letter on letterhead from the training agency.

Per the CDA website, educators who complete hours such as those offered by TeachME Professional Development should use the CDA Training Verification form, as follows:

-This form is for CDA renewal candidates with training certificates and/or training from multiple sources only.

-In center-based programs the form is completed by a staff person within the center/program who has the authority to review the renewal candidate's training record, for example the Center Director/Program Administrator. For Family Child Care providers, the ECE Reviewer may complete the Training Verification Form. http://www.cdacouncil.org/storage/documents/Training-Verification-Form_09-16.pdf

Are your courses accepted at my school? Can I receive CEUs (Continuing Education Credits) or clock hours?
Teachers and other education professionals across the country and in several countries use TeachMeCEUs classes to meet local and state licensing, relicensing and professional development requirements. Please review your local policies for specific credit request process and relicensure policy. Continuing education is the final decision of your school district, continuing education committee or other relevant authority. TeachMeCEUs does not guarantee acceptance by your school, district or licensing authority.

Please note that it is the responsibility of each licensee to verify acceptance of our courses with their licensing agency.

How much are Teacher and Educator CEUs?

CEUs are $12.00 per Continuing Education Credit Hour.

You can also purchase an Unlimited CEU Membership for only $95/year. With the unlimited membership you can take as many of our courses as you like, whenever you want.

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