Graduate Programs At Mississippi University For Women requirements for Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from ASHA, licensure from the mississippi Department of Health, and teacher certification from the http://www.gradschools.com/listings/institutions/missuwomen.html
Mississippi State Education Laws by September 15, but if the move to mississippi occurs after testing requirements, no portfolio requirements, and no teacher certification requirements for http://www.home-ed-magazine.com/lawregs/mississippi.html
Extractions: State Information Files - Laws and Regulations Support groups can offer additional help in dealing with your state laws and regulations. A listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found in our Support Groups area. For unschooling support groups visit Unschooling Support Groups Please Note: This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for informational purposes only. For more information about the laws and regulations in this state please contact a state or local support group. Mississippi Education Code For Homeschooling Compulsory attendance - between 6 and 17 years of age. No educational requirements for parents. No standardized testing. No reporting procedure. Miss. Code. Ann. 37 - 13 - 91(3)(c) (3) A parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child in this state shall cause the child to enroll in and attend a public school or legitimate nonpublic school for the period of time that the child is of compulsory school age except under the following circumstances: (c) When a compulsory-school-age child is being educated in a legitimate home instruction program. The parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child described in this subsection or the parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child attending any nonpublic school or the appropriate school official for any or all children attending a nonpublic school shall complete a "certificate of enrollment" in order to facilitate the administration of this section. The form of the certificate of enrollment shall be prepared by the Office of Compulsory School Attendance Enforcement of the State Department of Education and shall be designed to obtain the following information only:
National Center For Alternative Certification MICHIGAN, Michigan s Alternative Routes to teacher certification (MARTC), E, 159. mississippi, Master of Arts in Teaching Program, E, 162. http://www.teach-now.org/frm2004TableofContents.asp
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Teacher Certification you check requirements on a regular basis as many states are continually revising their teacher certification/licensure rules Delaware, mississippi, South Dakota. http://www.wadsworth.com/education_d/special_features/states.html
Extractions: Home Contact Us Find Your Rep BookShop ... Special Education Teacher Certification Every state has its own teacher certification and/or licensure requirements. To check on the requirements for your state, please consult the following directory. This resource may help you plan your own journey towards becoming a teacher, although, we recommend that you check requirements on a regular basis as many states are continually revising their teacher certification/licensure rules and requirements. Alabama Kentucky North Dakota Alaska ...
Extractions: (revised Status of state paraprofessional standards and certification regulations (Click on the appropriate state.) ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS ... WYOMING ALABAMA LETTER OF APPROVAL Required. 30 hours of formal training; permanent Back to List ALASKA NONE Back to List ARIZONA NONE Back to List ARKANSAS Training standards established for paraeducators in special education programs. Back to List CALIFORNIA NONE Back to List COLORADO NONE Back to List CONNECTICUT NONE Back to List DELAWARE STATE PERMIT Requirements are not specified. Must have "evaluated experience and training" and "skills relevant to the position"; permanent. Back to List FLORIDA Legislation outlining career ladder with LEA option (not mandatory) passed in 1998.
Untitled Document Model Process and Standards for Michigan s Alternative Routes to teacher certification (MARTC) and mississippi, Yes, (1). http//www.mde.k12.ms.us/license/index http://www.title2.org/html2002/altrte1.html
Extractions: Types of Alternative Routes part 1 State Name 1.) Has the state approved one or more alternative routes to certification? If yes, please provide descriptions in the following section (Section VII.b.). 2.) If yes, please provide a web address or document reference. Alabama Yes Alaska No Arizona Yes Arizona State Board Rules - R7-2-608, Alternative Certificates Current alternative routes to certification were placed in state Board rules after the 1999-2000 academic year. Therefore, no data exist for any alternative route cohorts for the 1999-2000 academic year. Arkansas Yes http://arkedu.state.ar.us/teachers/index.html California No Colorado Yes http://www.cde.state.co.us/cdeprof/lialternativeprogram.htm Connecticut Yes http://www.ctdhe.org Delaware Yes http:// www.udel.edu/artc District of Columbia Yes On May 20, 1992, the Board of Education approved legislation regarding the implementation of an alternative certification program. The document reference is DCMR, Chapter 10, Rule 100.18. Florida Yes Section 231.17(7)(a)(b)(c), Florida Statutes, allows Florida School Districts to develop alternative certification programs to provide professional preparation for those teachers hired with temporary certificates based upon having satisfied the content.
About Dr. Milton AA CertificateBusiness Education/Vocational (mississippi). ~Nationally Certified Secondary teacher certification. ~Class A certification (Alabama). http://www.ls.cc.al.us/srec/drmilton.htm
Extractions: LSCC Quick Links LSCC HOME Welcome Bookstore Educational Programs Admissions Financial Aid Directions Job Openings Student Services Learning Resource Center Small Business Center Semester Schedule LSCC Calendar Public Relations Dr. Alice Tyler Milton Associate Dean: Chair: Department of Business Technologies Webmaster: Lawson State Community College SREC Coordinator Online Classes 3060 Wilson Road Birmingham, Alabama (205) 929-6306 (Room 217) email@example.com EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND SAMFORD UNIVERSITY~~Birmingham, Alabama (6 months) Certification: Educational Administration MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY~~Mississippi State, Mississippi (5 years) Degree: Doctorate in Technology and Education Degree of Doctor of Education Minor: Educational Leadership JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY~~Jackson, Mississippi (2 years) Degree: Specialist in Business Education Minor: Business Administration UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI~~Hattiesburg, Mississippi (1 month) Certification: Vocational Education J ACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY~~Jackson, Mississippi (2 years) Degree: Masters in Business Education Minor: Business Administration ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY~~Lorman, Mississippi (2.11 years)
Extractions: December 2000 States are creating a variety of policies focused on recruiting quality teacher candidates from both traditional and innovative sources. State solutions include: recruitment of students at the high school and college levels; scholarships and loan-forgiveness programs; recruitment of minority candidates; recruitment of at-risk and disadvantaged students; recruitment of mid-career professionals from other fields; and the creation of programs and agencies to manage recruitment efforts. The following table offers brief descriptions of recruitment legislation and programs in several states. State Program Description Purposes Citation AR Establishes Minority Teacher Recruitment and Training Program. To recruit minority candidates to teaching Ark. Code Annotated Creates unified effort among school districts, higher education institutions and state education departments (K-12 and higher education) to increase number of minorities choosing to prepare for teaching careers.
U. S. State Teacher Certification Offices mississippi 3 State Department of Education Office of Educator Licensure 3 Department of Elementary Secondary Education teacher certification Section 205 http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/CTE/cert/State_Teacher_Cert_Off.html
Certification Help mississippi Dept. of Education Educator Licensure/teacher certification PO Box 771 359 North West Street Jackson, MS 39205 (601) 3593483 www.mde.k12.ms.us http://www2.nsta.org/careers/alternative_certification.asp
Extractions: MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972 As Amended SEC. 37-9-8. Certification and educational requirements for teachers and principals. Recognizing teaching as a profession, preparation to teach in Mississippi Grades 7 through 12 shall require a major in an academic field other than education, or a combination of disciplines other than education. Students preparing to teach a subject shall complete a major in the respective subject discipline. Certification to teach in Mississippi kindergarten through Grade 4 shall require the completion of an interdisciplinary program of studies. Certificates for Grades 4 through 8 shall require the completion of a program of studies with two (2) or more areas of concentration. It shall be a requirement for any person to be certified as a teacher in Mississippi that the person meet and comply with the requirements set forth in the foregoing part of this section. In addition, the person applying for teacher certification must demonstrate that such person's college preparation in those fields was in accordance with the standards set forth by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) or the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC). Persons applying for certification as a teacher prior to July 1, 1996, shall be exempt from the provisions of this section.
Extractions: SEC. 37-9-11. Testing of applicants for teacher certification. The state board of education is authorized and directed to require tests such as the common and teaching areas of the National Teacher Examination or an examination of achievement as one of the requirements for the issuance of public school professional certificates issued after January 1, 1972, to any person applying for the first time for a professional certificate.
Fast Forward Mississippi - Teachers Network (WINS) NASA National Board certification National Commission of the Governor PBS teacher Source PBS Junior Colleges State of mississippi Portal Student http://www.fastforwardms.com/educators/teachers.php
Extractions: Counselors Teachers Feel free to use this website as a resource for career information for your classroom. You will find career information, college and university information — including scholarships and financial aid — and under " tools ," and you can help students calculate future costs. Browse Career Information Categories Apprenticeship and Proprietary Schools Business Websites Career Tests Colleges and Universities Community and Junior Colleges Financial Aid Standardized Tests Related URL Links: ACT
RNT - Department Of Education ms.us Alternative Routes teacher mississippi Program (B Secondary Education, Division of teacher Quality Urban Education, Educators certification PO Box http://www.recruitingteachers.org/channels/clearinghouse/deptedu.asp
Extractions: @import url(/css/core.css); Here you can find: Search States by State Name Choose a State: ALABAMA ALASKA AMERICAN SAMOA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FLORIDA GEORGIA GUAM HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA PUERTO RICO RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA VIRGIN ISLANDS WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING ALABAMA
Dirty Secrets: Flawed System Aids Bad Teachers Carolyn Alexander, who works in mississippi s teacher certification office, said her office sometimes receives anonymous calls from people who ask if http://www.post-gazette.com/regionstate/19991101abuse1.asp
Extractions: Dirty Secrets: Flawed system aids bad teachers Monday, November 01, 1999 By Jane Elizabeth Zemel, Post-Gazette Education Writer Second of a three-part series Kathy Schilla couldn't understand why her daughter, a third-grader, didn't want to go to school anymore. After much coaxing, the child finally revealed what had happened to her at Lester Park Elementary School in Duluth, Minn. Her teacher, Douglas J. Ranthum, had asked her to model her talent-show costume in the cloakroom during recess. He told her to remove her underwear because it showed through her costume, and then he repeatedly touched her breasts and buttocks. Her horrified parents went immediately to the principal, who mentioned that two other parents had complained about the same thing several months earlier. The principal's suggestion was that the Schillas should have a talk with the teacher. That was in 1984. Eventually, Ranthum was sent to prison, and the principal was reprimanded for failing to report sexual abuse. But Ranthum's teaching certificate was suspended, not revoked. After his prison term, he went on to get four more teaching jobs, simply leaving each one when his past caught up with him. He landed his last teaching job in 1995 at AlBrook Elementary School near Duluth, just months before the state began requiring criminal background checks. He remained there until Kathy Schilla tracked him down and notified school authorities of his conviction.
SHS- Welcome meet the educational and practicum requirements for the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, mississippi Licensure, and teacher certification in speech http://www.usm.edu/shs/
Extractions: The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences offers undergraduate degrees in speech-language pathology/audiology and education of the deaf. Students may enter as freshman, or may transfer into the program as sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Students completing the undergraduate program in Education of the Deaf are eligible for K-12 certification by the Mississippi Department of Education and Elementary and Early Childhood certification by the Council on Education of the Deaf [ CED ]. The undergraduate program in speech-language pathology/audiology is a preprofessional curriculum. Students who are considering a career in these disciplines should realize that they must obtain a graduate degree prior to employment. Graduate programs Our graduate programs in both Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology are accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association [ ASHA ]. Students who complete the master's degree meet the educational and practicum requirements for the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence [ CCC ], Mississippi Licensure, and teacher certification in speech-language pathology or audiology. Students may enter the Speech-Language Pathology graduate program during any semester (spring, summer, or fall); the application deadline for both summer and fall semesters is March 15, and the deadline for spring semester is November 1. Audiology students may only enter during the fall or summer semesters. The deadline for application is March 15.