Required tests for teacher candidates
NEWS - CBEST has been retired in Oregon. The NES Essential Academic Skills Test (EAS) replaced CBEST as of Aug. 6, 2011. EAS is available year-round by registering for a date and time at an approved computer test center.
Note: Oregon's TSPC continues to honor passing scores for CBEST. Please talk with your adviser for details.
Other testing questions not answered here? email@example.com
The two paths to a teaching license (Initial I Licensure) within the Division of Teacher Education are the undergraduate/post-baccalaureate program and the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).
In Oregon, teaching licenses are available for specific ages and/or grades (see below for list of authorization levels). At certain points in a teaching license program, teacher candidates must pass specific knowledge tests.
Click here for full test information, help, and to sign up.
We've developed an advising guide for each authorization level. Click to view.
Division of Teacher Education 503-838-8471 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Ed 202H
Open the original version of this page.