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1.110 Expired Licenses 

All expired licenses shall be invalid until reinstated.  To be eligible for reinstatement, an individual must have earned a minimum of 15 units of credit during the five-year period immediately preceding the date of application for reinstatement.   A reinstated license shall be valid for a five-year period that begins from the date of completion of the required credits. 

Individuals with expired, non-provisional North Carolina licenses shall be eligible for a three-year Standard Professional 1 or Standard Professional 2 license based on the need of the employing LEA. At least 15 renewal credits must be completed during the three years, with a minimum of 5 credits required each year.  At the end of the three-year cycle, if all 15 credits have been completed, the license will be issued with a new five-year dating cycle or the license remains expired until all renewal credits have been earned. 


Only an employing school system can request reinstatement of a license for a person who holds an expired license.   This shall be not an option for currently employed individuals who have not met renewal requirements. There is a DPI fee of $55.00. 

SBE policy: QP-A-001, 07/09/2015

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