No Child Left Behind and Highly Qualified Teachers. Washington Township Public Schools Fall 2003. Introduction . No consequences to individuals in terms of job loss. Districts to provide teachers with training and support and summarize data. Forms completed by November 3, 2003.
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By the end of the 2005-2006 school year you must:
Pass a state test of content knowledge for core academic subject(s) and level(s) you teach; or
Accumulate 10 points for each core academic subject you teach listed on the Content Knowledge Matrix.
Document of\content related professional development for the past four years.
Copies of score reports for NTE or Praxis II exams.
Copies of National Board Certificate(s).
The Praxis II content knowledge test for middle grades are expected to be available in New Jersey in early 2004 once standard setting has been completed.
NJDOE is waiting for the final reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) before final certification requirements.
State position changed
as of September 10, 2003
In Title I funded schools, parents can ask about qualifications of all core academic teachers in the building.
In Title I funded schools, parents notified of any core academic teachers in the building who are not yet highly qualified.