The Adjunct license must be requested by an employing Georgia LUA
and allows the holder to teach a specific subject in grades 6-12 for up to 50% of the school day. It is intended for individuals who have one of the following:
Qualifications for an Adjunct license include the following:
- Knowledge, skills, and experience in a specific profession;
- Instructional experience in the U.S. military or a college or university;
- Instructional abilities in one of the following fields: English, Reading, Mathematics, Science, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Earth/Space Science, History, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Art, Music, Behavioral Science, foreign language fields, Dance, Drama or Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) fields.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher, except for certain CTAE fields that only require an associate’s degree;
- 2 years of experience in the field;
- Professional level passing score on the GACE content assessment, or a valid licensure in the field.
If you are interested in obtaining an Adjunct license, you must first seek employment with a Georgia school. Your certification application package will be submitted by your employer.
Renewal requirements for the Adjunct license include:
- Renewal requirements determined by the employing Georgia LUA;
- Employment by a Georgia LUA.
If you have fulfilled the above requirements, your employer may submit your renewal application.