Any school district may apply to establish a center. The application shall be submitted to the State Board of Education and shall contain a detailed plan cooperatively developed with a teacher training institution and shall include all of the following:
(a) A description of the training program for all school personnel to be trained through the program, including administrative and auxiliary personnel and, if appropriate, replacement teachers.
(b) A description of the in-service program to be provided to the staff of satellite schools on a regular rotational basis until all staff members of the satellite schools have participated in the in-service training program. Staff of satellite schools shall include specialist teachers in reading and mathematics regularly employed with such schools, and administrative and auxiliary personnel, and teacher aides.
(c) A description of the procedure to be used for the identification of master teachers at the center based on demonstrated ability by the district in cooperation with the institution of higher education.
(d) A description of the program for followup training to be provided to personnel of satellite schools which have had training in the centers.
(e) A description of how all existing in-service training programs of the district funded from local, state, and federal sources will be integrated with the professional development and program improvement programs authorized by this article, including a specific statement of the local, state, and federal resources for district in-service training programs that will be utilized in the implementation of this program.
(Enacted by Stats. 1976, Ch. 1010.)