Educator Testing Requirements
Tests Required for Admission
Tests Required for Education Program Completion
Effective April 6, 2017, TSPC has changed the passing score for all NES subject area tests to 220. (This change does not apply to the ORELA: Civil Rights and Administrator tests nor to Praxis Subject Assessment tests.)
Effective July 1, 2015, TSPC no longer requires a basic skills test for initial educator licensing in Oregon; however, other states may require this test.
- Teacher Education, Preservice Elementary—Multiple Subjects
- Teacher Education, Preservice Secondary
- Teacher Education, ESOL
- Teacher Education, Reading Intervention
- Teacher Education, Special Education: Generalist
- School Counseling
- School Psychology
- Educational Administration, Principal License (Preliminary/Initial)
- Educational Administration, Professional Administrator License (Continuing)
Official Score Reports
Your official score report will be e-mailed to you from the testing vendor approximately 4-weeks following your test date. Save these e-mails in a dedicated and safe folder; if lost or deleted, you will have to either pay the test vendor for a new copy of the score report or retake the test.
Ordering Additional Score Reports
Test Scores on WebAdvisor
If you have selected Lewis & Clark as a score recipient, your score reports will be received by the graduate school approximately 4-weeks after your test date. Once received, scores will be entered into the student database so you can then view them on WebAdvisor (under “Test Summary”).
Your score report from the testing vendor contains your official score and test status (pass or not pass). If you see a discrepancy between your score report and the test status on WebAdvisor, please contact the Graduate Admissions office.
Requesting Alternative Testing Arrangements
Lewis & Clark Student Support Services - assistance completing the forms to request extended testing time (physical, learning, or cognitive disabilities)
Lewis & Clark Academic English Studies - assistance requesting extended testing time for candidates for whom English is not a primary language