4112.2 BP - Certification

Personnel
Board Policy No. 4112.2
Policy Adopted June 3, 2004

CERTIFICATION

The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that persons employed in positions requiring certification qualifications possess the appropriate credential or permit from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) authorizing their employment in such positions.

When fully credentialed teachers are not available, the district may employ persons with intern credentials, emergency permits, pre-intern certificates or credential waivers under the conditions and limitations provided in state and federal law.

As necessary, all teachers of core academic subjects teaching in programs supported by federal Title I funds shall meet the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act.  By the end of the 2005-06 school year, all teachers of core academic subjects shall meet the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act.  (20 USC 6319, 7801; 5 CCR 6100-6125)

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certification

The Board encourages district teachers to voluntarily seek, from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, additional certification which demonstrates advanced knowledge and teaching skills.

The Superintendent or designee shall inform district teachers and teachers working in charter schools about the program and how to acquire the necessary application and information materials.  

The Superintendent or designee may provide release time and support to teachers participating in the program.

Legal Reference:
EDUCATION CODE
8360-8370 Qualifications of child care personnel
32340-32341 Unlawful issuance of a credential
42647  Drawing of warrants
44066 Limitations on certification requirements
44200-44405 Teacher credentialing, especially:
44225.6 CTC annual report on credentials, internships and emergency permits
44225.7 Priorities for recruitment when fully prepared teacher not available
44251 Period of credentials
44252 Standards and procedures for issuance; proficiency testing of basic skills
44252.5 State basic skills assessment required for certificated personnel
44259 Minimum requirements for teaching credential
44259.5 Standards for teachers of all students, including English language learners
44259.8 Alternative means of entering teaching profession
44270.3-44270.4 Out-of-state credentials, administrative services
44274-44274.5 Out-of-state credentials
44275.3 Employment of teachers with out-of-state credentials
44277 Requirements for maintaining valid credentials
44278 Credential appeal
44300-44301 Emergency permits
44302 CTC notification re district options when fully qualified teacher not available
44305-44308 Pre-internship teaching certificates
44325-44329 District interns
44330-44355 Certificates and credentials
44395-44399 National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
44464 Period of validity of internship credential
44468 Early completion of internship program
44500-44508 Peer Assistance and Review Program for Teachers
44662  Performance evaluation; Stull Act review
44735 Teaching as a priority block grant
44751 Recruitment centers
44830-44929 Employment of certificated persons; requirement of proficiency in basic skills
56060-56063 Substitute teachers in special education
90530 Recruitment Centers
CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5
6100-6125 Teacher qualifications, No Child Left Behind Act
80001-80674.6  Commission on Teacher Credentialing
UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE 20
6311 Parental notifications
6312 District Title I plan
6319 Highly qualified teachers
7801 Definitions, highly qualified teacher
CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE 34
200.55-200.57 Highly qualified teachers
200.61 Parent notification regarding teacher qualifications
COURT DECISIONS
Association of Mexican-American Educators et. al. v. State of California and the Commission on Teacher Credentialing, (1993) 836 F.Supp. 1534

 

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