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Israel: Statement of Professional Standing

You can obtain a Statement of Professional Standing from:

Israel (head office)

Ministry of Education, 34 Shivtei Yisrael Street, Jerusalem 91911, Israel

Israel - Central District

Ministry of Education, Central District Office, 2 Hashlosha Street, Tel Aviv 67060, Israel

Israel - Haifa District

Ministry of Education, Haifa District, 15A Pal Yam Avenue, Haifa 33095, Israel

Israel - Jerusalem District

Ministry of Education, 22 Kanfei Nesharim Street, Jerusalem 95464, Israel
Ministry of Education, Human Resources Department, 2 Dvora HaNeviaa Street, Jerusalem 91911, Israel

Israel - Northern District

Ministry of Education, Bet Hamemshala, Upper Nazareth 17105, Israel

Israel - Southern District

Ministry of Education, 4 HaTikvah Street, Governmental Building, 1st floor, room #1808
Be'er Sheva, Israel

Israel - Tel Aviv District

Ministry of Education, Tel Aviv District Office, 2 Hashlosha Street, Tel Aviv 61092, Israel

Statement of Professional Standing

A Statement of Professional Standing is a letter from a licensing body or an education ministry that says your right to teach has never been suspended, revoked or cancelled.

The Statement of Professional Standing provides the Ontario College of Teachers with information regarding your past professional practice as a teacher. For example, it tells the College whether your authorization to teach has ever been taken away for disciplinary reasons or whether you would still be welcome to teach in that country, province or state.

You must arrange to have this statement sent to the College from the jurisdiction where you completed your teacher education and from every jurisdiction in which you have been certified to teach.

The statement must:

  • verify you were authorized to teach in that jurisdiction
  • state that your authorization was never suspended, cancelled or revoked
  • come directly to the College from the licensing authority or department of education
  • be an original and signed by the appropriate official
  • not be more than one year old when the College receives it
  • be in the official language of the country in which you taught.

The College recognizes some jurisdictions have no central authority governing the teaching profession. In these instances the College will accept other documents.

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