The NAIE State Map Project provides information on the minimum state requirements for educational interpreters. These requirements were pulled directly from the regulatory documents available for each state. When you click on a state, you will be taken to a page with the requirements for that state’s K-12 interpreters, which may be different from the requirements for community interpreters. Each page includes links to regulatory documents and agency websites, requirements for pre-service education, performance and knowledge verification, length of credential validity, CEU requirements, and information on provisional credentials.
If any of the information is inaccurate, please send corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org. The NAIE acknowledges the contributions of Laurie Bolster, the NAIE State Ambassadors, and Neal Tucker toward this project. All final information was verified by Deborah Cates, NAIE Board Secretary.
This information may be cited as:National Association of Interpreters in Education (2021, January 1). State Requirements for Educational Interpreters. https://naiedu.org/state-standards/
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