I have an Alternative License to teach. It expires in 10 years, but is renewable. I was inquiring with a WGU recruiter about some of their teacher programs, and they tried to talk me into doing their license program, so that I have a "legitimate" license. They said the job market can change, and they have a lot of people applying to their program who were working as a teacher on an Alternative License and were forced to get a license from WGU to keep their jobs. They also warned that Alternative Licenses cannot transfer to other states. Is there any truth to any of this? I have never heard of any of this before. The principal at my school even has an Alternative License, so I am skeptical of what they were saying.