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Your program did not include a pedagogy component. (Pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching.) You held a Minnesota teaching license issued by the Minnesota Depament of Education when you began and completed your program. You paid for tuition or required fees, books, or instructional materials for your program. If you are a part-year or nonresident, you may qualify for the credit based on the percentage of your income taxable to Minnesota. How do I claim the credit? [+] Complete Schedule M1CMD, Credit for Attaining Master’s Degree in Teacher’s Licensure Field, for the year you completed the master’s degree program. How much is the credit? [+] The credit is the lesser of $2,500 or the amount you paid - excluding reimbursement or scholarships - for tuition, fees, books, and instructional materials. Contact Info Email Contact form Phone [+] Questions 651-296-3781 800-652-9094 Refund status and 1099G lookup 651-296-4444 800-657-3676 Hours [+] 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Mon.- Fri. Address [+] Mail your income tax return to: Minnesota Department of Revenue Mail Station 0010 600 N. Robert Street St. Paul, MN 55145-0010 Mail your property tax refund return to : Minnesota Department of Revenue Mail Station 0020 600 N. Robert Street St. Paul, MN 55145-0020 Mail your tax questions to: Minnesota Department of Revenue Mail Station 5510 600 N. Robert Street St. Paul, MN 55146-5510 Street address (for deliveries): Minnesota Department of Revenue Individual Income Tax 600 North Robert Street St. Paul, MN 55101 Returns and payments may be placed in the night deposit box located in front of our building.