Chapter 12. Compensatory Education.Subchapter 7. New Careers in Education Programs.Article 1. General Provisions (Refs & Annos).Definitions.
(a) "Program" means the activities conducted by the California Department of Education, local school districts, and cooperating institutions of higher education for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of Article 5 of Chapter 3, Part 25, sections 44520-44534.
(b) "Intern" means a person who has met eligibility requirements, been selected, and is receiving support from the Program toward the completion of collegiate preparation for and attainment of an elementary school teaching credential.
(c) "Institution of Higher Education (I.H.E.)" means a university or a college which provides courses which will enable a person to meet the requirements of a California teaching credential. The university means any location where classes of that university are operated or offered.
(d) "Preservice Program" means collaborative guidance and training offered by the cooperating I.H.E. and the school district.
(e) "Team Leader" means an experienced teacher who has demonstrated the capability in teaching educationally disadvantaged pupils and is responsible to direct, aid, coordinate and supervise interns and who is released, at least in part time, from other duties in order to perform this coordination and supervision.
(f) "Director of Compensatory Education" means the Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction for Compensatory Education.
(g) "Tuition Scholarship" means program and local district funds paid to the intern or on the intern's behalf to cover normal expenses of attending an I.H.E.
(h) "Fellowship Expense Grant" means program and local district funds paid for the subsistence of interns and their eligible dependents while actively enrolled in the Program.
Education Code 33031
Education Code 44532
(Amended by Register 2010, No. 52.)