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Chapter 1. Credentials Issued Under The Teacher Preparation and Licensing Law of 1970.Credential Types, Authorizations, and Requirements.Subject Classification System for Designated Subjects Adult Education Teaching Credentials.   

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(a) Commission-approved programs of personalized preparation shall recommend applicants for designated subjects adult education teaching credentials in a subject(s) contained within the categories that follow:

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Category

Subject (to be named on the credential)

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Adults with Disabilities

adaptive arts and crafts; adaptive computer

technology; adaptive physical education;

health; self-maintenance skills; other (specify)

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Elementary and Secondary

Basic Skills

elementary and secondary basic skills

(includes basic education-grades one through

eight; arithmetic; reading; individualized high

school learning lab/G.E.D./contract class

settings; citizenship); other (specify)

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Career Technical Education

agriculture and natural resources; arts, media,

and entertainment; building trades and

construction; education, child development,

and family services; energy and utilities;

engineering and design; fashion and interior

design; finance and business; health science

and medical technology; hospitality, tourism,

and recreation; information technology;

manufacturing and product development;

marketing, sales, and service; public service;

transportation

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English

English

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English as a Second

Language

English as a second language

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Fine Arts

fine arts

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A Language Other than

English (specify)

a specific language, other than English

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Health and Safety

CPR; environmental safety; first aid; health

education; nutrition; physical fitness and

conditioning; safety education; other (specify)

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Home Economics

arts and crafts; clothing construction;

consumer education; decorative arts; dietetics

and food management; nutrition; food

preparation; home management; interior

design; textiles; upholstery; other (specify)

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Mathematics

mathematics

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Older Adults

communication skills; creative arts; health;

performing arts; physical fitness; public

affairs; retirement planning; safety; self-

maintenance; other (specify)

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Parent Education

parent education; childbirth education;

human development; family management;

other (specify)

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Personal Deveopment

art; health and safety; family education;

financial literacy

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Science

life science, including general science;

physical science, including general science;

other (specify)

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Social Sciences

social sciences

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Vocational Education

aeronautics; agriculture; bookkeeping and

accounting; building and construction trades;

business management; career development;

computer applications; computer

programming; computer systems operation;

computer technology; cosmetology;

electronics technology; financial services;

health occupations; industrial technology;

information processing/keyboarding;

marine technology; marketing; nursing;

office occupations; small business

ownership/management; other (specify)

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(b) As needed the Executive Director of the Commission on Teacher Credentialing may establish new categories or subjects, each of which shall be brought to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing on a regular basis for inclusion in Section 80036.3(a).

Authority cited:

Education Code 44225

Reference:

Education Code 44260.2

Education Code 44260.3

Education Code 44260.5

(Amended by Register 2011, No. 18).