NCLB Highly Qualified Teacher Reporting Procedures for reporting staff who teach core academic subjects. “Quality……. Is everyone’s responsibility.” W. Edwards Deming Background information
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Procedures for reporting staff who teach core academic subjects.
Is everyone’s responsibility.”
W. Edwards Deming
During the 2006-07, DPI formalized its collection of highly qualified teacher data by creating a reporting system for the federal requirement to monitor the number of core academic classes taught by educators who are “not highly qualified”.
English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics and government, economics, arts (general music, choral music, instrumental music, dance, theatre and art), history and geography.
The educator either:
1. holds a major or minor in the subject(s) he or she teaches or has passed the WI Praxis II exam required for the license need for the assignment;
2. is enrolled in an approved program that the educator can complete in no more than 3 school years; AND
3. is receiving high quality professional development and intense supervision and mentoring from the district while teaching.
There are two reports districts shall utilize.