Extractions: North Carolina Licensure: Questions and Answers Who needs a license in North Carolina? All professional employees of public schools must hold a license for the subject or grade level they teach or for the professional assignment they hold. In what areas are licenses issued? Licenses are issued in administrative, supervisory, student service, and teaching areas. Teaching areas encompass birth through kindergarten, elementary (K-6), middle grades (6-9), secondary grades (9-12), special subjects (K-12), exceptional children (K-12), and vocational education. (See the complete list of individual areas below.) How do I qualify for a North Carolina license? The standard basis for license is the completion of an approved education program at an accredited college or university. Must out-of-state applicants qualify through reciprocity plans that allow educators from outside North Carolina to establish eligibility for licensing in North Carolina, North Carolina recognizes four teacher education and reciprocal licensing approaches: completion of an education program accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) completion of an education program that follows National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) standards reciprocity based on interstate agreements (North Carolina has reciprocal contracts with Alabama, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.)
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Extractions: This article is taken from The Job Search Handbook for Educators. Each year, more than 135,000 teacher candidates use this book to help organize their job searches. This is just one of many featured articles which are researched and written by AAEE members. If you would like more information on ordering this handbook, c lick here The Job Search Handbook for Educators A teaching certification is valid only in the state for which it is issued, and certification and testing requirements are never static. If you are planning to move to another state, you should contact that state's certification office, as listed below. The number code following each entry indicates the types of testing which the state required at the time this information was published in the 1999 Job Search Hanbook. The key to the codes follows the state listing. When you write or call the state certification office, indicate the type of certificate you are receiving from your current state, which national tests you have taken, and ask for application materials and procedures for obtaining certification in the new state. Another source of information about certification requirements will be the actual districts to which you apply.
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Extractions: In what areas are licenses issued? Licenses are issued in administrative, supervisory, student service, and teaching areas. Teaching areas encompass birth through kindergarten, elementary (K-6), middle grades (6-9), secondary grades (9-12), special subjects (K-12), exceptional children (K-12), and vocational education. Back to Top The standard basis for licensure is the completion of an approved education program at an accredited college or university. Most out-of-state applicants qualify through reciprocity plans that allow educators from outside North Carolina to establish eligibility for licensing in North Carolina.
Extractions: NCCAT programs are for teachers, counselors, librarians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, and media specialists at the kindergarten through 12th-grade levels who are employed full-time in North Carolina schools. Short-term residential programs for every stage of your career in public education:
Extractions: The Winfred Quinton Holton Prize for Educational Research The North Carolina Council for the Social Studies announces its Student Teacher Scholarship which will be presented at the annual State Social Studies conference February 21-22, 2002 in Greensboro, NC. The scholarship is for $1,000 and is awarded annually to a college or university student leading to teacher certification in social studies. The criteria for this scholarship follows: The applicant, if preparing for middle/secondary teacher certification, must have a concentration in social studies; or if preparing for elementary teacher certification, must have completed or be scheduled for at least 18 semester hours in the social sciences by the time of student teaching.
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North Carolina General Assembly - [ H 1285 Vc ] The General Assembly of north carolina enacts SECTION 1. 115C296(a) reads as rewritten "§ 115C-296. Board sets certification requirements. north carolina SESSION 2001 SESSION LAW 2001-129 HOUSE BILL 1285 AN ACT TO PERMIT AN APPLICANT FOR INITIAL teacher certification http://www.ncleg.net/html2001/bills/AllVersions/House/H1285vc.html
Extractions: HOUSE BILL 1285 GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA SESSION 2001 SESSION LAW 2001-129 HOUSE BILL 1285 AN ACT TO PERMIT AN APPLICANT FOR INITIAL TEACHER CERTIFICATION TO TAKE THE APPROPRIATE SPECIALTY AREA TEST OR SUBJECT ASSESSMENT DURING THE APPLICANT'S SECOND YEAR OF TEACHING. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts: SECTION 1. G.S. 115C-296(a) reads as rewritten: " § 115C-296. Board sets certification requirements. (a)The State Board of Education shall have entire control of certifying all applicants for teaching positions in all public elementary and high schools of North Carolina; and it shall prescribe the rules and regulations for the renewal and extension of all certificates and shall determine and fix the salary for each grade and type of certificate which it authorizes: Provided, that the State Board of Education shall require each applicant for an initial bachelors degree certificate or graduate degree certificate to demonstrate the applicant's academic and professional preparation by achieving a prescribed minimum score on a standard examination appropriate and adequate for that purpose. The State Board of Education shall permit an applicant to fulfill this requirement before or during the applicant's second year of teaching provided the applicant took the examination at least once during the first year of teaching.
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Extractions: Browse the latest 25 posts from the North Carolina Chatboard: Anyone else take Praxis II: Ele"Curric Inst" and "Content , 4/08/03, by Area Exercises?". What schools use Everyday Math? , 4/08/03, by Paislee. Re: NC voted Best! , 4/08/03, by Zoo Keeper. Re: Lawyer Desiring to Become NC Teacher , 4/08/03, by Bud. Re: Lawyer Desiring to Become NC Teacher/NC Teach Questions , 4/07/03, by Emma. Re: Lawyer Desiring to Become NC Teacher , 4/07/03, by Bud. Lawyer Desiring to Become NC Teacher , 4/06/03, by Emma. Praxis business II , 4/06/03, by BG. Re: Does anyone teach on or near a base? DOD? , 4/06/03, by avie . Re: Does anyone teach on or near a base? DOD? , 4/06/03, by avie . Does DOD check past Fed. employment - Urgently need adv. , 4/05/03, by Deb. Do I need the Praxis to teach in NC? , 4/04/03, by Have tried contacting them, but no answer.. Re: I have a question about applying for a job , 4/01/03, by Bud. I have a question about applying for a job , 4/01/03, by PLEASE help me if you can...BY Kathy,SD,CA. Re: Meaning of CLAD (Thanks) nfm , 3/31/03, by Bud.
Extractions: North Carolina Teacher Chatboard . The North Carolina Teacher Chatboard is your direct connection to the North Carolina teacher on-line community. Add your voice to our forum, bookmark the North Carolina Teacher Chatboard and visit often! Join the North Carolina Teachers Mailring: Anyone else take Praxis II: Ele"Curric Inst" and "Content , 4/08/03, by Area Exercises?".
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Extractions: Conference Committee Substitute) ABSTRACT Ratified by the North Carolina Senate on June 19, 1997, this omnibus legislation addresses several areas highlighted in the Commission's recommendations, including standards for teacher licensing and teacher education programs, incentives for advanced certification, and strengthening of mentoring and professional development programs. Under this new legislation, the state's teacher certification system is restructured into a three-tiered, renewable configuration. A provisional "initial certificate" is to be issued after successful completion of preservice training, with a "continuing certificate" to be earned after three years of teaching experience. This certificate must be renewed every five years. Teachers who demonstrate competency as "master teachers" will earn a "masters/advanced certificate". Such competency can be shown through completion of approved graduate programs or other means, such as attainment of National Board Certification. In addition to licensing standards, tenure requirements are made more stringent. The period of service needed for tenure consideration is lengthened from three to four years. The Excellent Schools Act also calls upon the State Board of Education to "evaluate and develop enhanced requirements for continuing certification" and to seek ways to make existing requirements "more rigorous". Similarly, it calls upon the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina to create more rigorous teacher preparation programs at the Masters level.
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Extractions: North Carolina - Return to the "What's Happening in the States?" Page - Updated March 14, 1998 North Carolina The story of providing assistance for beginning teachers in North Carolina seems to begin in when the state legislature mandated the strengthening of professional certification and teacher preparation programs. The State Department of Public Instruction developed the "Quality Assurance Program" as a response addressing, among other things, the need to provide support and assistance to novice teachers during their first two years of teaching. A later state effort was the North Carolina Initial Certification Program (ICP) which was designed to support mentoring for beginning teachers during their first two years working with an Initial certificate. Mentors supported new teacher work to demonstrate mastery of the state's "Teaching Competencies", a step necessary to attain the "Continuing Teaching Certificate". Districts were required to provide a mentor or support team which discusses expectations with the beginning teacher, observes and coaches, helps in the design of a professional development plan, provides resources and modeling, and helps to solve problems. Three state supported training programs are made available to support the work of local mentors. In the state published the "North Carolina Mentor/Support Team Training Program". See NC Division of Teacher Education Services (1987). Raleigh, NC: State Dept. of Public Instruction. This document was helpful in that it created more of a common vocabulary and program of training across the state.
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Extractions: Licensure Areas Faculty Conceptual Framework Accreditation ... Information School of Education How to Contact Work Responsibilities Education Honors and Qualifications ... Return to School of Education How to Contact: Top of Document Work Responsibilities: Coordinator of the Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing major. Tenured professor of deafness-related courses. Supervisor of students' practice teaching experiences. Advisor to deaf education majors. Reviewer, North Carolina Journal of Teacher Education. 1990 to the present. Member, governor-appointed North Carolina Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, 1993 to the present.