In order to qualify for the English to Speakers of Other Languages endorsement candidates must hold a current Teaching License endorsed for general or special education classrooms, or be enrolled in a pre-service program leading to a Preliminary Teaching License endorsed for general or special education classrooms. Candidates work toward the ESOL endorsement, and upon completion of program requirements, will qualify for a PreK-12 ESOL endorsement. Candidates must complete a portfolio as a requirement of the practicum. In addition to completing the requirements below, candidates must pass the state-approved ESOL exam.
Note: Amendment made 08/18/2022 to remove an erroneous “or” between ESOL 570 and ESOL 480. Also, ESOL 450 and 550 were removed from program curriculum prior to the publication of the 18-19 catalog. Edits made to reflect that program change.