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All educators working in public K–12 California local educational agencies in positions that require credentials from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) are required to have statewide educator identifier number (known as “SEIDs;” the acronym is pronounced “seed” in its singular form) assigned by the CTC. SEIDs should be maintained in LEAs’ local systems (e.g., human resources systems and student information systems).

There are two methods that LEAs may use to retrieve SEIDs for LEA educators:
LEAs should contact their County Credential Analysts for the SEIDs. The Commission on Teacher Credentialing provides all county offices of education with accessibility to weekly downloads (pdfs or flat files) of newly issued documents to educators (provided that the educators have provided their counties of employment on their applications); these files also include the SEIDs. County offices will work with LEA staff to get SEID files for LEA educators.

LEAs should contact their County Credential Analysts for the SEIDs. The Commission on Teacher Credentialing provides all county offices of education with accessibility to weekly downloads (pdfs or flat files) of newly issued documents to educators (provided that the educators have provided their counties of employment on their applications); these files also include the SEIDs. County offices will work with LEA staff to get SEID files for LEA educators.

LEAs may look up individual educators by using the online SEID look-up tool, which is available via the CTC’s Credential Information Guide (CIG).
The SEID look-up tool requires a CIG logon ID and password: LEAs may request a CIG logon ID and password by sending an e-mail to the CTC’s Information Services Unit at .

For questions related to obtaining a SEID for an educator, or for SEID-related questions, LEAs should contact the CTC at .

To subscribe to the SEID listserv, LEAs should send an e-mail to .
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