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edTPA for Georgia

Candidates in the state of Georgia will be required to supply a registration eligibility code when they register for edTPA. This eligibility code is made available to candidates through their State of Georgia "MyPSC Account" link opens in a new window. Codes are available for each candidate to use for a specific assessment and educator preparation program.

Resources

For more information about teacher licensure and edTPA in Georgia, visit
www.gapsc.com link opens in a new window.

The Georgia Professional Standards Commission has established an edTPA passing standard for the next three years. View the memo PDF document from Kelly Henson, GAPSC Executive Secretary regarding the edTPA standard setting decision.

Passing Scores for Georgia

The Georgia edTPA Standard Setting Committee, consisting of EPP faculty and P–12 teachers and leaders, recommended a passing standard of 38, which is -1/2 Standard Error of Measurement (SEM) below the national edTPA recommendation of 45. The lowest score set by any state so far is 35, which is -1 SEM below the national recommendation. This score, 35, is -1/2 SEM below the Georgia standard setting committee recommendation. It was important to the Commission to give candidates, EPPs, and P–12 partners time to build capacity for achieving the Georgia standard setting committee recommendation.

The following table represents the Georgia Professional Standards Commission's decision on the edTPA passing score:

Date Range 13-Rubric Fields
(65 Possible)
15-Rubric Fields
(75 Possible)
18-Rubric Fields
(90 Possible)
9/1/2015–8/31/2016 29 35 42
9/1/2016–8/31/2017 29 35 42
9/1/2017 and beyond 32 38 45

Your handbook selection should be aligned with your clinical experience. Please call or contact your state office of educator licensing for specific details.

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For additional information regarding edTPA state policies, please review AACTE's state participation information. link opens in a new window