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  • Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit (SELAP)

  • The Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit (SELAP) may be issued at the request of an employing school district, county office of education, charter school or state agency to fill a staffing vacancy or need. They are issued for a one-year period and can be reissued in any one special education specialization area twice if the holder completes the renewal requirements and the employing agency requests the permit.  Employing agencies are required to have a current Declaration of Need on file with the Commission before the permit can be issued. Individuals must hold a valid California special education teaching credential based on a baccalaureate degree and professional preparation program, including student teaching, have an assigned experienced educator in the specialization area of the limited assignment if the applicant has not obtained permanent status, and consent to serve on the Special Education Limited Assignment Teaching Permit.