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Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers.   

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(a) Requirements for the initial issuance of an Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers include all the following:

(1) Completion of a minimum of ninety semester unites of course work from a regionally accredited institution of higher education;

(2) Verification of current enrollment in a regionally accredited four-year California institution of higher education;

(3) Passage of the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) unless exempt by statutes or regulations; and

(4) Submission to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing of a completed Application for Credential Authorizing Public School Service (form 41-4, rev. 6/97); the fee(s) as specified in Section 80487; and unless clearance is already on file with the Commission, personal identification on duplicate fingerprint cards and a completed Application for Character and Identification Clearance (form 41-CIC, rev. 11-96).

(b) Requirements for the one-time reissuance of an Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers include all of the following:

(1) Fifteen semester units of course work from a regionally accredited four-year California institution of higher education completed since the previous permit was issued;

(2) Verification of continued enrollment in a regionally accredited four-year California institution of higher education; and

(3) Submission to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing of a completed Application for Credential Authorizing Public School Service (form 41-4, rev. 6-97); and the fee(s) as specified in Section 80487.

(c) Authorization: The Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers authorizes the holder to serve as a substitute in any classroom; preschool, kindergarten and grades 1-12, inclusive; or in classes organized primarily for adults. However, the holder shall not serve as a substitute for more than 30 days for any one teacher and not more than 90 days total during the school year.

(d) An Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers is valid for no less than one year and expires one calendar year from the first day of the month immediately following the date of issuance.

Authority cited:

Education Code 44225(q)

Reference

Education Code 44225(d) and (e)

Education Code 44252(b)

Education Code 44339

Education Code 44340

Education Code 44341

(Added by Register 98, No. 32.)