Early Learning Educators

Get an Early Learning Certificate to work with children from birth through second grade in a licensed childcare center or get a School-Age Certificate to work with children from kindergarten through sixth grade in a school-age center. Resources include training information and requirements for age, education and experience. Learn more about early learning educator credentialing and resources here.

Become a K-12 Educator

Work with students from kindergarten through twelfth grade: Get licensed or certified to provide educational services to school-aged students. Includes credentialing requirements for areas of educational employment.

Apply for or Review your Delaware Educator Credentials

The Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) is responsible for credentialing early childhood and K-12 professionals to work in Delaware early childcare centers, public districts and charter schools, adult education programs, and prison education facilities. To become a Delaware educator, candidates must log into EdAccess and submit a certification application in the Delaware Educator Data System (DEEDS). The DEEDS system also allows the public to view educator credentials.

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