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Florida Teacher Certification Examinations (FTCE)
FTCE/FELE Questions?To register or to obtain specific information, visit www.fl.nesinc.com or call FTCE/FELE Customer Service toll-free at 866-613-3281 8 a.m.–6 p.m., Mon.– Fri., excluding holidays. (The Automated Information System is available by phone 24 hours daily.)
About the FTCE
- FTCE Frequently Asked Questions
- FTCE Test Registration Information
- FTCE Scoring Information
- FTCE Test Content Information
- About the FELE
- 2012 Annual Administration & Technical Report (PDF, 305KB)
We Want to Hear From You!Testing services, including Test Administrations, for the FTCE are provided by Evaluation Systems group of Pearson.
Please take a few minutes to fill out our online survey regarding services you have received. The information you provide will be analyzed by Program Managers at the Florida Department of Education and used for improving the FTCE testing system.
Test Development Opportunities!For information about participating in test development activities, go to http://www.floridacertexam.nesinc.com.
The Department of Education has issued the following communication regarding 2012 Florida Teacher Certification Examinations Test Development.
Test Information Guides
Test Information Guides are available for free online. For a list of electronic test information guides that are available now, go to the FTCE/FELE contractor's website.
Competencies and Skills2014 EXAMS: Revised competencies and skills for General Knowledge, Elementary Education K-6, English 6-12, and Middle Grades English 5-9 were approved by the State Board of Education in 2013, and will be implemented on examinations beginning in 2014. The revised competencies and skills are included in the Competencies and Skills Required for Teacher Certification in Florida, Nineteenth Edition.
Revised competencies and skills for Computer Science K-12 and Technology Education 6-12 were approved by the State Board of Education in 2014, and will be implemented on examinations beginning in spring of 2014. The revised competencies and skills are included in the Competencies and Skills Required for Teacher Certification in Florida, Twentieth Edition.