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§ 80005. Authorization for Subject Areas for Service in Departmentalized Classes.

5 CA ADC § 80005Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

Barclays California Code of Regulations
Title 5. Education
Division 8. Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Chapter 1. Credentials Issued Under the Teacher Preparation and Licensing Law of 1970
Article 1. General Provisions and Definitions
5 CCR § 80005
§ 80005. Authorization for Subject Areas for Service in Departmentalized Classes.
(a) The holder of a Single Subject Teaching Credential may be assigned to teach the subjects which fall within the broad subject area listed on their document as found in in subsections (1) through (18). If a subject is listed below, it may only be taught by the holder of a Single Subject Teaching Credential with the broad subject area listed on their document. The holder of a Single Subject Teaching Credential may be assigned to teach a subject not listed below if the employing agency has determined its subject-matter content is directly related to the broad subject area.
(1) Agriculture: agricultural management, agricultural mechanics, agricultural science, animal science, forestry, horticulture, landscaping, and plant science;
(2) Art: art appreciation, art history, arts and crafts, art theory, calligraphy, cartooning, ceramics, commercial art, costume design, crafts, design, drawing, humanities, illustration, interior decoration, jewelry, leathermaking, painting, photography, sculpture, stagecraft, and yearbook;
(3) Business: accounting, business communications, business English, business mathematics, business management, business marketing, computer concepts and applications, consumer education, data processing, economics, general office occupations, keyboarding, marketing, shorthand, typewriting, and word processing;
(4) Dance: composition and production, folk/traditional, hip hop, ballet, modern, jazz, world;
(5) English: composition, creative writing, debate, forensics, grammar, humanities, journalism, language arts, language structure, literature, poetry, public speaking, speech, and yearbook;
(6) Health: child development, family life, human sexuality, nutrition, sexually transmitted disease education, and substance abuse;
(7) Home Economics: child development, clothing, consumer education, family life, foods, family economics, housing, human development, interior design, nutrition, parenting, and textiles;
(8) Industrial and Technology Education: automotive mechanics, carpentry, computer technology, construction, drafting, electricity, electronics, industrial crafts, industrial design, metals, millwork, photography, plastics, radio and television, technical science/power mechanics, welding, and woods;
(9) Mathematics: basic or general mathematics, algebra, calculus, computer science, consumer mathematics, geometry, mathematical analysis, statistics and probability, and trigonometry;
(10) Music: instrumental music, music appreciation, music theory, musical theater, and vocal music;
(11) Physical Education: aquatics, fundamental and creative movement, gymnastics, interscholastic sports, motor development or learning, physical conditioning, sports, and weightlifting
(12) Science: Biological Science: anatomy, biology, botany, ecology, environmental science, evolution, genetics, physiology, and zoology;
(13) Science: Chemistry: chemical reactions, qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis, and structure and stability;
(14) Science: Geoscience: astronomy, cosmology, earth science, forestry, geology, meteorology, oceanography, and paleontology;
(15) Science: Physics: energy, mechanics, and thermodynamics;
(16) Social Science: American government, anthropology, contemporary issues, current events, cultural studies, economics, ethnic studies, geography, government, history, humanities, international government, law, politics, psychology, sociology, United States history, and world history;
(17) Theater: acting, directing, performance and production, improvisation, musical theater, playwriting, stagecraft, make-up and costume design;
(18) World Languages: courses in culture, grammar, composition, language structure, and literature of the language listed on the document.
(b) The holder of a teaching credential based on a baccalaureate degree and a teacher preparation program, including student teaching or the equivalent, may be assigned, with his or her consent, to teach subject-matter classes which do not fall within or are not directly related to the broad subject areas listed in (a) if the employing agency has determined the teacher has the requisite knowledge and skills. Verification of this decision must be kept on file in the office of the employing agency for purposes of the monitoring of certificated assignments pursuant to Education Code Section 44258.9(b). Such courses may include, but are not limited to, life skills, conflict management, study skills, leadership, teen skills, and study hall. Service in such assignments is limited to the grade level authorized by the teaching credentials.


Note: Authority cited: Section 44225(e), Education Code. Reference: Sections 44225(q), 44257 and 44258.9, Education Code.
1. New section filed 5-31-2000; operative 6-30-2000 (Register 2000, No. 22). For prior history, see Register 82, No. 27.
2. Amendment of section and Note filed 11-12-2020; operative 1-1-2021 (Register 2020, No. 46).
This database is current through 2/23/24 Register 2024, No. 8.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 5, § 80005, 5 CA ADC § 80005
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