Wyoming participates in state-to-state reciprocity; however, reciprocity implies an “equal exchange.” Therefore, the requirements an applicant met to obtain his or her out-of-state teaching license must be equivalent to Wyoming requirements. Out-of-state program completion applicants must be eligible for licensure in the state in which the college or university is located. Applicants do not have to obtain licensure in that state; however, they must be eligible for licensure. In some states, individuals may be required to complete testing for licensure in that state (i.e. applicants who have/will complete an Arizona program must complete the Arizona testing requirements and will not need to complete the Praxis exams required for Wyoming for initial licensure.) If the applicant has obtained a license in another state through a non-traditional route or alternative method, they may be eligible for licensure in Wyoming if they have taught 3 out of the last 6 years in the state where they are fully licensed. If the applicant does not meet these requirements for work history, they may be eligible for licensure under an Exception Authorization.