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§ 80027.1. Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit.

5 CA ADC § 80027.1BARCLAYS 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 § 80027.1
§ 80027.1. Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit.
(a) Requirements for the initial issuance of a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit include all of the following if an employing agency elects to request the permit:
(1) If an employing agency elects to request a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit, the employing agency must submit a Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators that satisfies the provisions of Section 80026.
(2) Applicant is currently employed by the local governing board requesting such assignment.
(3) Applicant holds a valid California special education teaching credential based on a baccalaureate degree and a professional preparation program, including student teaching or the equivalent or a services credential with a special class authorization listed in sections 80047 through 80047.9.
(4) If an employing agency elects to assign an applicant who has not obtained permanent status as defined in Education Code 44929.21 or 44929.22 or 44929.23 the employing agency shall assign an experienced educator in the subject area of the Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit who has completed three years of full-time special education teaching experience in the special education specialty area(s) requested. If more than one specialty area is requested for the permit, the experienced educator(s) must have a minimum of three years of teaching experience in each area requested. The local employing agency may assign more than one experienced educator to the permit holder to meet this requirement.
(5) The Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit may be issued in the special education specialty area aligned with the preliminary and clear Education Specialist Instruction Credentials.
(6) If an employing agency elects to request a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit, the employing agency must keep on file a written statement verifying consent of the teacher to serve on the Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit.
(7) For initial issuance of a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit, the employing agency may assist the applicant in submitting the following to the Commission:
(A) A completed Application for Credential Authorizing Public School Service (form 41-4, rev. 9/08) available on the Commission's website and hereby incorporated by reference, together with its related Instruction and Information Sheet (rev. 9/08) and Form 41-ECC (Explanation of Criminal Conviction or Pending Criminal Charge) (rev. 7/08).
(B) The fee as specified in Section 80487(a)(1).
(C) One of the following:
1. Three semester, or the equivalent quarter, units of course work in each special education specialty area requested, or
2. One year of successful full-time classroom experience, or the equivalent in part-time experience, working with special education students in each of the special education specialty area requested and has received a favorable evaluation or recommendation by the local employing agency.
(b) Requirements for the renewal of a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit if an employing agency elects to request the permit.
(1) Applicant is currently employed by the local governing board requesting such assignment.
(2) Applicant holds a valid California special education teaching credential based on a baccalaureate degree and a professional preparation program, including student teaching or the equivalent or a services credentials with a special class authorization listed in sections 80047 through 80047.9.
(3) For renewal of a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit, the employing agency may assist the applicant in submitting the following to the Commission:
(A) A completed Application for Credential Authorizing Public School Service (form 41-4, rev. 9/08) available on the Commission's website and hereby incorporated by reference, together with its related Instruction and Information Sheet (rev. 9/08) and Form 41-ECC (Explanation of Criminal Conviction or Pending Criminal Charge) (rev. 7/08).
(B) The fee as specified in Section 80487(a)(1).
(C) Verification of the completion of at least six semester units, or the equivalent quarter units, of course work required for issuance of the related credential.
(4) If an employing agency elects to request a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit, the employing agency must submit a Declaration of Need for Fully Qualified Educators that satisfies the provisions of Section 80026.
(5) An individual may renew a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit in any one special education specialty area only twice during his or her lifetime.
(6) If an employing agency elects to request a Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit, the employing agency must keep on file a written statement verifying consent of the teacher to serve on the Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit.
(c) Authorization:
(1) A Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit authorizes the same service as an Education Specialist Teaching Instruction Credential.
(d) The Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit shall be valid for one calendar year and expires one calendar year from the first day of the month immediately following the date of issuance but is limited to the expiration date of the prerequisite credential held.
(1) A permit issued for less than one calendar year may be extended for the remainder of the calendar year as long as the prerequisite credential has been renewed. An application and fee as found in (b)(3)(A) and (B) must be submitted. Verification of requirements as found in (b)(3)(C) are not required to extend the permit for the remainder of the calendar year.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 44225(d), 44225(g), 44225(l), 44225(q) and 44300, Education Code. Reference: Sections 44225(b), 44225(e) and 44300, Education Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 7-3-2009; operative 7-3-2009 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2009, No. 27).
This database is current through 7/29/22 Register 2022, No. 30
5 CCR § 80027.1, 5 CA ADC § 80027.1
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