A school district, county office of education or charter school may apply for funding under this program to enhance the state’s efforts to address teacher recruitment and retention issues throughout the state by assisting local education agencies with attracting and supporting the preparation and continued learning of teachers, principals and other school leaders. Note: eligible applications must have a CD or CDS code issued by the California Department of Education in order to apply for this grant program. The RFP in PDF format is posted along with a set of fillable application forms in Word format for applicants to complete and submit along with the narrative application text. Electronic and paper copies of CalEd grant applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on October 27, 2017.
This edition features many new charts with the goal of providing more guidance with a number of specific assignment issues. Some past history and less common situations or options included in the prior edition has been left out to focus more on currently-issued credentials and the related questions most often received by Commission staff. The revised AAM will be a helpful tool in answering many questions posed by educational agencies.
CIA 17-01, entitled Dependent Credential Dating, has been distributed to provide guidance to help educators, employers, and program sponsors. The goal is to minimize the issues that occur when educators are recommended for dependent credentials, related to the alignment of these with the educator’s basic credential
CCAC 2017 Questions
In preparation for this fall’s CCAC conference, CTC invites any and all challenging, interesting, perplexing questions and scenarios that you have confronted to be submitted for use in the Introductory, Advanced, and Program Sponsor training “strands” for newer and more experienced credential analysts. Questions are welcomed regarding credentialing requirements, renewal/reissuance options, local assignment options, and other related topics useful to all our partners.
Questions and scenarios may be sent directly to David Crable at email@example.com. Please indicate “2017 CCAC Questions” in the subject line of the email.