Candidates for an initial Illinois teaching license with the elementary grade level endorsement must pass the appropriate state-administered competency tests in order to be admitted to the program, to student teach, and to obtain a license.
The professional education sequence and related content-area courses have been aligned with the Illinois Professional Teaching Standards and the Illinois Content Area Standards for Educators. The Monmouth College Teacher Education Program is currently accredited by the Illinois State Educator Preparation and Licensure Board.
Detailed information on Monmouth College’s Title II Report Card, in compliance with Title II of the Higher Education Act, as amended in 2008 (PL 110- 315), can be found in below.
- Content area major with K-12 teacher licensure
- Content area major with 9-12 teacher licensure
- Elementary education major and licensure
- Conceptual framework
- Teacher education program admittance information
- Student teaching requirements
- Title II information
- Chicago Semester
- ACT plus writing or SAT score in lieu of the Test of Academic Proficiency (TAP)
- Illinois Licensure Testing System (ILTS)
- edTPA submission and reporting dates
- Information on super scoring for SAT/ACT
- Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Educator Licensure Information System (ELIS)