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Chapter 12. Compensatory Education.Subchapter 7. New Careers in Education Programs.Article 1. General Provisions (Refs & Annos).Applications for Funding.   

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Applications are to be submitted to the Director of Compensatory Education (Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction or Compensatory Education) with these conditions and assurances:(a) The local education agency (LEA) must give assurance that the school district intends to employ successful graduates.

(b) The intern shall give reasonable evidence that he or she will teach for at least two years following the training program in a school located in a low-income area.

(c) The collaborating institution of higher education must plan a program with the LEA and jointly select team leaders and interns.

(d) The LEA serves as funding agency.

(e) The educational programs for interns will be competency-based with objectives identified and evaluation procedures specified.

(f) Community representatives have an advisory role in planning, implementing and evaluating the program.

(g) An annual report will be submitted in the form prescribed by the California Department of Education.

(h) Assurances that auditable records will be on file.

(i) Assurance of compliance with the California Administrative Code of Regulations and the California Education Code.

(j) Assurance that ethnic balance has been considered in selecting interns.

(k) Assurance that data is provided on compensation allowances and training costs.

(l) A budget is provided indicating specific amounts to be allocated under each object of expenditure.

(Amended by Register 2010, No. 52.)