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§ 80021.1. Multiple Subject, Single Subject or Education Specialist Provisional Internship Perm...

5 CA ADC § 80021.1BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 5. Education
Division 8. Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Chapter 1. Credentials Issued Under the Teacher Preparation and Licensing Law of 1970
Article 2. Credential Types, Authorizations, and Requirements
5 CCR § 80021.1
§ 80021.1. Multiple Subject, Single Subject or Education Specialist Provisional Internship Permit.
Employing agencies shall request the Multiple Subject, Single Subject or Education Specialist Provisional Internship Permit when a suitable credentialed teacher cannot be found after a diligent search.
(a) The employing agencies shall demonstrate that applicants for a Provisional Internship Permit have completed the following requirements:
(1) Possession of a baccalaureate or higher degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
(2) Meet the basic skills requirement as described in Education Code Section 44252, unless exempt by statutes or regulations.
(3) Successful completion of the specified number of semester units, or equivalent quarter units, of appropriate non-remedial course work taken at a regionally accredited college or university with a grade of “C” or higher, “Pass”, or “Credit” as found in (A), (B) and (C) below. Non-remedial coursework for the purposes of this section shall be defined as coursework that is applicable toward a bachelor's degree or a higher degree at a regionally accredited college or university.
(A) For the Single Subject Provisional Internship Permit, at least 18 semester units of course work in the subject to be listed: or
(B) For the Multiple Subject Provisional Internship Permit, at least 10 semester units of course work in each of at least four of the following subject areas or at least 10 semester units of course work in each of three subject areas and an additional 10 semester units of course work in a combination of two of the remaining subject areas. The subject areas are as follows: language studies, history, literature, humanities, mathematics, the arts, science, physical education, social science and human development.
(C) For the Education Specialist Provisional Internship Permit, either (A) or (B) above or verify a minimum of three years of successful full-time classroom experience, or the equivalent in part-time experience, working with special education students or verify a minimum of nine semester units of course work in special education or in a combination of special education and regular education that are appropriate to special education or regular education teaching credential.
(4) Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Education Specialist Provisional Internship Permits shall be issued with an English learner authorization unless the employing agency requests and the applicant verifies target language proficiency for a bilingual authorization by one of the following:
(A) Passage in the target language of the listening and speaking sections of Test 6 of the BCLAD Examinations or passage of Test II or III of the CSET: LOTE Examinations depending on the specific language as detailed in Section 80015.3(c)(3), or
(B) Passage in the target language of an assessment covering the integrated communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, administered by a California college or university as a part of its Commission accredited bilingual authorization program, or
(C) Passage in the target language for which the Commission has no BCLAD Test 6 or CSET: LOTE II or III of an assessment covering the integrated communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, performed by an approved organization pursuant to Education Code Section 44253.5(a), or
(D) Possession of a three-year or higher degree from a foreign institution in which all instruction was delivered in the target language. The foreign institution must be equivalent in status to a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the United States.
(5) The employing agencies shall verify or submit all of the following to the Commission with each request:
(A) That a diligent search has been conducted for a suitable credentialed teacher or suitable qualified internship teacher as evidenced by documentation of that search.
(B) That orientation, guidance and assistance to permit holders, as specified in Section 80026.5, will be provided.
(C) That the employing agency will assist the permit holder in developing a personalized plan through an agency defined assessment that would lead to subject matter competence that is related to the Provisional Internship Permit.
(D) That the employing agency will assist the permit holder to seek and enroll in subject-matter training, such as workshop or seminar formats and site-based courses along with training in test-taking strategies and will assist permit holders in meeting the credential subject-matter competence requirement that is related to the Provisional Internship Permit.
(E) Verification that a notice of intent to employ the applicant in the identified position has been made public as follows:
(i) If the permit is being submitted by a public school district, it must include a copy of the agenda item presented to the governing board of the district in a public meeting with a signed statement from the superintendent, or his or her designee, that the item was acted upon favorably. The agenda item must state the name of the applicant, the assignment in which the applicant will be employed including the name of the school, subject(s) and grade level(s) that he or she will be teaching and that the applicant will be employed on the basis of a Provisional Internship Permit.
(ii) If the permit is being submitted by a county office of education, state operated school, or nonpublic, nonsectarian school or agency, it must include a dated copy of the notice that was posted at least 72 hours before the position was filled and a signed statement from the superintendent or administrator or his or her designee that there were no objections to the permit. The notice must state the name of the applicant, the assignment in which the applicant will be employed including the subject(s) and grade level(s) that he or she will be teaching and that the applicant will be employed on the basis of a Provisional Internship Permit.
(F) Verification that the candidate has been apprised of steps to earn a credential and enroll in an internship program.
(b) The Provisional Internship Permit shall be issued for one-calendar year and may not be renewed.
(c) Individuals who were issued an emergency permit pursuant to Education Code section 44300 that was reissued four times do not qualify for a Provisional Internship Permit.
(d) Use of the Provisional Internship Permit shall be restricted to the employing agency requesting the permit.
(e) The Provisional Internship Permit shall authorize the following:
(1) A Multiple Subject Provisional Internship Permit with an English learner authorization authorizes the same service as a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with an English learner authorization.
(2) A Multiple Subject Provisional Internship Permit with a bilingual authorization authorizes the same service as a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with a bilingual authorization.
(3) A Single Subject Provisional Internship Permit with an English learner authorization authorizes the same service as a Single Subject Teaching Credential with an English learner authorization.
(4) A Single Subject Provisional Internship Permit with a bilingual authorization authorizes the same service as a Single Subject Teaching Credential with a bilingual authorization.
(5) An Education Specialist Provisional Internship Permit with an English learner authorization authorizes the same service as an Education Specialist Instruction Credential with an English learner authorization.
(6) An Education Specialist Provisional Internship Permit with a bilingual authorization authorizes the same service as an Education Specialist Instruction Credential with a bilingual authorization.
(f) Definitions:
(1) The term “Employing agencies” as used in this section shall mean:
(A) Public school districts in California.
(B) County offices of education or county superintendents of schools in California.
(C) Schools that operate under the direction of a California state agency.
(D) Nonpublic, nonsectarian schools and agencies as defined in Education Code Sections 56365 and 56366.
(E) Charter Schools as established in Education Code Section 47605.
(2) The term “diligent search” as used in this section shall include, but is not limited to, distributing job announcements, contacting college and university placement centers, and advertising in print or electronic media.
Note: Authority cited: Section 44225(a), Education Code. Reference: Sections 44225(b), 44225(d) and 44225(l), Education Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 5-5-2005; operative 6-4-2005 (Register 2005, No. 18).
2. Amendment of subsection (a)(2), new subsections (a)(4)-(a)(4)(D), subsection renumbering, amendment of subsections (e)-(e)(1), new subsections (e)(2), (e)(4) and (e)(6), subsection renumbering and amendment of newly designated subsections (e)(3) and (e)(5) filed 10-18-2010; operative 11-17-2010 (Register 2010, No. 43).
3. Amendment of subsections (b)-(c) filed 7-10-2013; operative 10-1-2013 (Register 2013, No. 28).
This database is current through 7/29/22 Register 2022, No. 30
5 CCR § 80021.1, 5 CA ADC § 80021.1
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