Amanda HillPSU Educational Licensing Officer
Phone: 620-235-6153Email: email@example.comOffice: Hughes 110
If you are an initially or professionally licensed Kansas teacher and have been hired in special education or in another subject area in which you do not meet requirements for a provisional license, your employer may request a Quality Performance Accreditation (QPA) waiver. Information concerning a QPA waiver is available on the KSDE web site at
Again, you must hold an initial or professional Kansas license and you are ineligible for a QPA waiver if you hold a one-year nonrenewable, restricted, or substitute license.
Areas not eligible for a waiver include
A waiver for Early Childhood Unified will be granted only if an early-late childhood (K-6) or elementary (K-9) license is held. A waiver for Library Media or Reading Specialist will be granted only if a professional license is held. If you meet the following criteria
and would like PSU to provide the required "Plan of Study," please contact PSU Teacher Licensing.