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14 DE Admin. Code 1510
The Professional Standards Board, acting in consultation and cooperation with the Department of Education, seeks the approval of the State Board of Education to amend 14 DE Admin. Code 1510 Initial License. This regulation concerns the requirements for licensure of educational personnel pursuant to 14 Del.C. Ch. 12 and is being amended due to changes to 14 Del.C. Ch. 12. The proposed amendments to the regulation were first published on January 1, 2017. Several comments were received and reviewed. Substantive changes have been proposed, including adding a definition of “Content Area” and “Teaching Experience” and striking “other employing authority” from the definition of “Date of Hire” in Section 2.0; striking “the Department” from subsections 3.2.3, 4.3.3, 8.1, and 8.2 to clarify that content-readiness examinations are specified by the Professional Standards Board and State Board of Education; striking subsection 7.1.4; striking “other employing authority” from subsection 14.1.1; striking “Scholastic Aptitude Test” from Section 19.0 to be consistent with the current terminology employed by the College Board; adding Section 21.0; and clarifying that the Department will recognize an Initial License issued before the effective date of this regulation in Section 22.0. As a result of these substantive changes, the regulation is being re-published.
1510 Issuance of Provisional and Initial License Licenses
This regulation shall apply to the issuance of a Provisional License for educators, pursuant to 14 Del.C. §1210, and an Initial License for educators, pursuant to 14 Del.C. §1210 14 Del.C. §1210A.
"Alternative Routes to for Teacher Licensure and Certification" means programs approved by the Department of Education pursuant to 14 Del.C. Ch. 12, Subchapter VI, to certify and license candidates who hold bachelors' degrees appropriate to the instructional field they desire to teach, but who did not complete a regionally accredited educator preparation program.
"Career and Technical Education" is also known as Vocational Education, Vocational Technical Education or Career Technical Education.
"Certification" means holding a Standard Certificate in a particular area, subject, or category.
"Composite Score" means a total of an applicant's scores on all three (3) subtests of PRAXIS I which is equal to, or greater than, the sum of the passing scores on the three subtests. Scores from either the PRAXIS I (PPST) paper and pencil test and/or or from the PRAXIS I (CPPST) computerized test may be used when applying the composite score provision. Scores from the PRAXIS I computer based test (CBT) may be used when applying the composite score provision, but may not be used in conjunction with scores from the PRAXIS I (PPST) paper and pencil test and/or or with the PRAXIS I (CPPST) computerized test. Composite Score is not an option for Praxis Core exams.
Content Area” means any subject or area that is not a category certificate.
"Content-Readiness Exam" means an assessment, either by examination of content knowledge or the approved equivalent that demonstrates an educator's knowledge, skills, and readiness to perform responsibilities of a certification area.
"Core Content Area" means any subject area tested by the state assessment system, including mathematics, English language English/language arts, science, and social studies.
"Date of Hire" means the effective date of employment by a public school district, or charter school, or other employing authority.
"Department" means the Delaware Department of Education.
"Educator" means a person licensed and certified by the State under 14 Del.C. Ch. 12 to engage in the practice of instruction, administration or other related professional support services in Delaware public schools, including charter schools, pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated by the Standards Board and approved by the State Board. The term 'educator' does not include substitute teachers.
"Examination of General Knowledge" means a standardized test adopted pursuant to this regulation which measures, or a combination of standardized tests which measure, general knowledge and essential skills in reading, writing, and mathematics, adopted pursuant to 14 Del.C. Ch. 12 and as provided in Section 19.0 of this regulation.
"Exigent Circumstances" means unanticipated circumstances or circumstances beyond the educator's control, including, but not limited to, expiration of a license during the school year, serious illness of the educator or a member of his/her his or her immediate family, activation to active military duty, and other serious emergencies which necessitate the educator's temporarily leaving active service.
"Immorality" means conduct which is inconsistent with the rules and principles of morality expected of an educator and may reasonably be found to impair an educator's effectiveness by reason of his or her unfitness or otherwise.
Jurisdiction" means a state, territory or country.
"License" means a credential which authorizes the holder to engage in the practice for which the license is issued.
"Mentoring" means activities prescribed pursuant to regulations promulgated by the Standards Board and approved by the State Board in which a holder of an Initial License, Continuing license, or Advanced License must engage during the term of the license activities, training, and service in mentoring support or assistance provided through a formally organized approved comprehensive induction program or such supplemental mentoring programs as required by regulation or by the educator’s employing authority. Mentoring includes, but is not limited to, the mentoring that occurs in the approved comprehensive induction programs required for educators during their one (1) year Provisional Licensure period, followed by a four (4) year Initial Licensure period, Continuing Licensure period, or any other mentoring program as required by law.
"Performance Assessment" means an assessment in the professional area of licensure and certification that measures the applicant's knowledge, skills, and abilities in the area, as adopted in consultation and cooperation with the Department by the Standards Board with the approval of the State Board adopted pursuant to 14 Del.C. Ch. 12 and as provided in Section 20.0 of this regulation.
"PRAXIS I or PPST" means a test from Educational Testing Service of general knowledge in reading, writing, and mathematics.
"PRAXIS I CBT" means the discontinued PRAXIS I computer based test from Educational Testing Service taken between November 1993 and December 2001, with a possible score range of 300 to 335. Scores from the PRAXIS I CBT test may not be combined with scores from the PRAXIS I paper and pencil test or the PRAXIS I computerized test (CPPST) to derive a composite score.
"PRAXIS I CPPST" means the PRAXIS I computerized test from Educational Testing Service which began in January 2002. This test, which is delivered in a computer format, has a possible score range of 150 to 190. Scores from the CPPST and the PRAXIS I (PPST) paper and pencil test may be combined for a composite scores.
"Skilled and Technical Sciences (STS)" is also known as Trade and Industrial Education, Career and Technical Education, Career Technical Education or Career-Technical Education.
"Specialist" means an educator other than a teacher recognized in this regulation who is licensed and certified by eligible to apply for both licensure and certification from the State pursuant to 14 Del.C. Ch. 12 in order to engage in other related professional support services.
"Standard Certificate" means a credential issued to certify that an educator has the prescribed knowledge, skill or education to practice in a particular area, teach a particular subject, or teach a category of students.
"Standards Board" means the Professional Standards Board established pursuant to 14 Del.C. §1201.
"State Board" means the State Board of Education of the State pursuant to 14 Del.C. §104.
"Student Teaching Program" means a traditional student teaching placement within a National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) or National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) or the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) approved program offered by a college or university, or such alternatives as deemed appropriate to the program, such as supervised internships or other field based experience recognized as a required component of the regionally accredited educator preparation program or a student teaching placement within a state-approved educator preparation program where the state approval body employed the appropriate standards.
Teaching Experience” means meeting students on a regularly scheduled basis, planning and delivering instruction, developing or preparing instructional materials, and evaluating student performance under a State credential in any PreK to 12 public school setting or an equivalent setting as approved by the Department.
"Trade and Industries Teacher" means a Skilled and Technical Sciences Teacher.
"Trade and Industries" means Skilled and Technical Sciences.
3.1 In accordance with 14 Del.C. §1210, an otherwise qualified applicant subject to the limits of Section 12.0 of this regulation must meet the requirements in this section for the Department to issue a Provisional License. All applicants must apply for at least one Standard Certificate in a content area, as specified in Section 21.0 of this regulation, simultaneously with a Provisional License. A Provisional License will not be issued if the applicant does not meet the requirements for certification.
3.04.0 Requirements for Initial License
3.14.1 In accordance with 14 Del.C. §1210 14 Del.C. §1210A, an otherwise qualified applicant subject to the limits of section 10.0 Section 12.0 must meet the requirements in this section for the Department to issue an Initial License. All applicants must apply for at least one Standard Certificate in a content area, as specified in Section 21.0 of this regulation, simultaneously with an Initial License. An initial license Initial License will not be issued if the applicant does not meet the requirements for certification.
3.3.4.2 The Department shall may issue an initial license Initial License to an applicant who is currently licensed as an educator in another jurisdiction with less than three years of successful teaching experience at least one year of successful teaching experience but less than four years of successful teaching experience.
3.44.3 Prior to the Department issuing an initial license Initial License, all other applicants must meet the following requirements:
3.4.14.3.1 Meet the degree requirements in section 5.0 Section 6.0.;
3.4.24.3.2 Achieve a passing score on an approved examination of general knowledge as specified in Section 19.0 of this regulation.;
3.4.34.3.3 When applicable and available, achieve a passing score on an approved content readiness exam as specified by the Standards Board and the State Board.; A content-readiness exam is applicable and available when adopted by the Standards Board with the approval of the State Board.
3.4.44.3.4 When applicable and available, achieve a passing score on an approved performance assessment as specified in Section 20.0 of this regulation.; A performance assessment is applicable and available when adopted by the Standards Board with approval of the State Board.
3.4.54.3.5 Complete a student teaching program or meets the requirements of an approved alternative to student teaching.; and
3.4.64.3.6 Meet all other requirements of this regulation.
3.54.4 An applicant who previously held a Delaware initial license Initial License that has since expired will be treated as a new applicant and must meet all the requirements in the this regulation.
4.05.0 Application requirements
4.25.1 An applicant for a Provisional License or an Initial License must submit the completed application, official transcripts, and official scores on all required examinations and assessments to the Department.
4.2.15.1.1 Official transcripts shall be forwarded directly from the issuing institution or by the applicant in an unopened, unaltered envelope. Official electronic transcripts shall be accepted by the Department.
5.06.0 Degree Requirements
5.16.1 To qualify for an initial license a Provisional License or an Initial License, an applicant must hold, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited 4 year college or university;.
5.26.2 For the purposes of this regulation, the The equivalent education and experience recognized to fulfill the requirement of a bachelor's degree for an initial license and certification as a Skilled and Technical Sciences teacher shall be two (2) years of college or technical training, plus six (6) years of work experience as further defined in Section 9.0 is defined in 14 DE Admin. Code 1559.
6.07.0 Student Teaching Requirements and Alternatives
6.17.1 To qualify for an initial license a Provisional License or an Initial License, an applicant must successfully complete a student teaching program or meets the requirements of an approved alternative to student teaching.
6.2.17.2.1.1 The one year of teaching experience must have occurred within the last calendar year prior to submitting the application.
6.2.27.2.1.2 The teaching experience must consist of a minimum of 91 days of long term teaching experience at one assignment within the same academic year during which regular evaluations were conducted, evidencing at least satisfactory performance.
6.2.37.2.1.3 Experience in from the Alternative Routes to for Teacher Licensure and Certification program or the Special Institute for Teacher Licensure and Certification program may not be used to meet this alternative satisfy the one-year requirement in subsection 7.2.1 of this regulation.
6.37.2.3 An approved alternative to student teaching is enrollment in Meets the requirements of an Alternative Routes for Teacher Licensure and Certification program pursuant to subchapter VI of 14 Del.C. Ch. 12.
6.57.3 If an applicant is applying An applicant who applies for an Initial License and certification as a specialist in one of the specialty areas specifically referenced in this subsection, the applicant may, in addition to the other approved alternatives, substitute in lieu of student teaching, complete the designated a supervised practical or clinical experience in the specialty area as specified in this subsection. Equivalent practical experience in the specialty area may include but is not limited to a supervised internship, a practicum, or clinical experience. In accordance with 14 Del.C. §1210(a)(1)(4) 14 Del.C. §1210A(a)(4), the following specialists are recognized and an Initial License applicant may complete a supervised practical experience, as specified in this subsection, as a substitute for student teaching the practical experience alternatives in their specific specialty area as specified in this section.
6.5.17.3.1 School nurse
For a school nurse, the equivalent practical experience for student teaching is three (3) years of supervised clinical nursing experiences experience as a registered nurse consisting of a minimum of 500 hours 1,500 hours per year or the equivalent thereof.
6.5.27.3.2 Elementary School Counselor
For an elementary school counselor, the equivalent practical experience for student teaching is: a supervised school counseling internship of one (1) full year (700 hour minimum) in an elementary school setting which is part of a graduate degree program in School Counseling or arranged by the Department of Education.
6.5.37.3.3 Secondary School Counselor
For a secondary school counselor, the equivalent practical experience for student teaching is: a supervised school counseling internship or practicum of one (1) full year (700 hour minimum) in a secondary school setting which is part of a graduate degree program in School Counseling or arranged by the Department of Education.
6.5.47.3.4 School Library Media Specialist
6.5.4.17.3.4.1 Completion of a supervised internship or practicum required in obtaining a Masters or Doctoral degree from a regionally accredited college or university in an American Library Association approved program in School Library Media.; or
6.5.4.27.3.4.2 Completion of a Department approved School Library Media program and supervised internship or practicum which meets American Library Association Standards.
6.5.57.3.5 School Psychologist
For a school psychologist, the equivalent practical experience for student teaching is a supervised internship in an institution or agency approved by the Department of Education or the applicant's graduate program.
6.5.5.17.3.5.1 The internship must be a supervised, culminating, comprehensive field experience, completed at or near, the end of formal training, through which school psychology candidates have the opportunity to integrate and apply professional knowledge and skills acquired in prior courses and practica, as well as to acquire new competencies consistent with training program goals.
6.5.5.27.3.5.2 The following recognized internships meet the requirements of this section: internships that are part of an organized graduate level program of study in "School Psychology" offered by a regionally accredited college or university and approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) or the American Psychological Association (APA), culminating in a Masters with an additional Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degree or its equivalent or a Doctoral degree in School Psychology, and an internship completed to earn a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) Certificate from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
6.5.67.3.6 School Social Worker
For a school social worker, the equivalent practical experience for student teaching is one of the following:
6.5.6.17.3.6.1 Two years of supervised successful full time work experience as a social worker and a minimum of one year supervised experience in a school setting.
6.5.6.27.3.6.2 One year supervised internship in a school setting consisting of a minimum of 1000 hours.
7.08.0 Examination and Assessment Requirements
7.18.1 To qualify for an initial license a Provisional License or an Initial License, an applicant must receive a passing score on an approved examination of general knowledge as may be established by the Standards Board, with the approval of the State Board specified in Section 19.0 of this regulation. In addition to the examinations specifically recognized in this regulation, examinations of general knowledge are also approved when adopted by the Standards Board with the approval of the State Board. In adopting examinations of general knowledge the Standards Board acts in consultation and cooperation with the Department in selecting tests and setting cut scores.
7.1.18.1.1 An applicant must provide the Department with official test scores for one or more of the approved examinations of general knowledge of essential skills in the three required components of reading, writing, and mathematics as set forth in the table in section Section 19.0.
7.1.48.1.2 There is no limit on the number of times an individual may take an examination of general knowledge. Once passed, a section an area need not be taken again.
7.1.58.1.3 Passing scores in each area (reading, writing, and mathematics) may be attained in any testing format or session.
7.1.68.1.4 Notwithstanding the requirements of this regulation, an applicant applying for an initial license a Provisional License or an Initial License may meet the requirements for passage of examination of general knowledge by submitting test scores that were approved and in effect on the date the test was taken including any permitted composite scores.
7.28.2 To qualify for an initial license a Provisional License or an Initial License, an applicant must receive a passing score on an approved content-readiness exam when applicable and available as may be established by the Standards Board, with the approval of the State Board specified by the Standards Board and the State Board. Content-readiness exams are applicable and available when adopted by the Standards Board with the approval of the State Board. In adopting content-readiness exams the Standards Board acts in consultation and cooperation with the Department in selecting tests and setting cut scores.
7.38.3 To qualify for an initial license an Initial License, an applicant must receive a passing score on an approved performance assessment applicable and available as may be established by the Standards Board, with the approval of the State Board specified in Section 20.0 of this regulation. Performance assessments are applicable and available when adopted by the Standards Board with the approval of the State Board. In adopting performance assessments the Standards Board acts in consultation and cooperation with the Department in selecting tests and setting cut scores.
7.48.4 Timeline for Examination of General Knowledge for School Nurse Applicant
7.4.18.4.1 Notwithstanding the requirements of this regulation, an applicant for school nurse may be issued an initial license prior to the passage of an approved examination of general knowledge. However, the applicant must pass an approved examination of general knowledge within once one calendar year from the date of hire.
7.4.28.4.2 Suspension
7.4.2.18.4.2.1 If proof of passage of an approved examination is not provided within one calendar year from the date of hire, the Initial License shall be suspended.
7.4.2.28.4.2.2 Evidence of passage of an approved examination within during the time period of the suspension shall result in the reinstatement of the Initial License.
7.4.2.38.4.2.3 An applicant who does not pass an approved examination of general knowledge during the time period of the suspension, and whose Initial License expires, must reapply and meet the requirements for initial licensure an Initial License then in effect.
7.4.2.48.4.2.4 Notwithstanding the foregoing, an applicant may submit a request for review pursuant to section Section 17.0 Secretary of Education Review.
8.09.0 Submission of Testing and Performance Assessment Scores or Assessments.
8.19.1 Test scores or Assessments Scores shall be official and sent directly from the test vendor or Assessment assessment provider to the Department.
8.29.2 Unopened, unaltered envelopes containing scores sent to the individual may be accepted as official. The Department shall determine whether the scores as presented are acceptable.
8.39.3 Direct verification from another State Department of Education or in a similar manner may in the discretion of the Department if determined reliable be considered as official. Test scores verified by another state’s department of education or other entity may, in the discretion of the Department, be considered official. A copy of the results or score must be forwarded directly from the other State Department state’s department of education or entity to the Department department.
9.010.0 Skilled and Technical Sciences Teacher Educational and Experience Requirements.
9.110.1 Notwithstanding any other requirements within this regulation, an applicant applying for an initial license and certification in a Skilled and Technical Sciences specific career area may be issued an initial license for a period of up to 6 years a Provisional License in a Skilled and Technical Services career area may be issued a Provisional License for one year and an applicant for an Initial License may be issued an Initial License for up to five (5) years to complete specified college course work or its equivalent in professional development or technical training required for certification. Applicants must pass an approved examination of general knowledge within six (6) years of the date of employment or before the expiration of the Initial License, whichever is later. A bachelor's degree equivalent for a Skilled and Technical Sciences teacher shall be two (2) years of college or technical training, plus six (6) years of work experience. The requirement for two (2) years of college or technical training may be satisfied through the satisfactory completion of any one of the following options in the specific career area to be taught: as specified in 14 DE Admin. Code 1559.
9.1.6 A 70% or above score on both the written and performance elements of a Delaware Apprentice-related Education Provider's National Center for Construction Education and Research's Contren-derived full Apprentice Equivalency test-out covering all Apprentice-related Education years in the specific career area; or
10.011.0 Hold on Application
The Department shall not act on an application for licensure if the applicant is under official investigation by any state or local authority with the power to issue educator licenses or certifications, where the alleged conduct involves allegations of immorality, misconduct in office, incompetence, willful neglect of duty, disloyalty or falsification of credentials, until the applicant provides evidence of the investigation's resolution.
11.012.0 Validity of Provisional License and Initial License
11.112.3 An Initial License is valid for three (3) four (4) years, unless revoked, and may not be renewed. If an applicant was issued a Provisional License as his or her first license, the applicant’s Initial License is valid for three (3) years. Notwithstanding the foregoing, an Initial License issued to an applicant in a Skilled and Technical Sciences specific career area is valid for up to six (6) five (5) years to provide time for completion of specified college level course work required for certification and required examinations.
11.212.4 An Initial License issued to an applicant who is not currently employed by a public school district, or charter school, or other employing authority shall be inactive until such time as an applicant is employed by a public school district or charter school. Once employed, the Initial License shall be in effect for three (3) four (4) years from the date of hire until the last day of the month of issuance three (3) four (4) years later, except in the case of the Initial Licenses issued in Skilled and Technical Sciences specific career areas which shall expire on the last day of the month of issuance six (6) five (5) years later.
11.312.6 During the term terms of the Provisional License and the Initial License, license holders are required to participate in a comprehensive educator induction program including mentoring and other prescribed professional development activities offered by the Department and by the public school district or charter school or other employing authority in which they are employed.
12.013.0 Applicants with Foreign Credentials
13.014.0 Extension for Exigent Circumstances
13.114.1 The Department may extend a Provisional License or an Initial License for a period not to exceed one (1) year, upon the license holder’s showing of exigent circumstances warranting the necessity of such extension.
13.1.114.1.1 A license holder whose license Initial License expires during the school year may have the Initial License extended until the last day of the fiscal year upon a request from the public school district superintendent, or charter school administrator, or other employing authority. This extension shall be considered an exigent circumstance and shall not exceed one (1) year in length.
14.015.0 Leave of Absence
14.115.1 An At the discretion of the hiring district or charter school, an educator may take a leave of absence of up to three (3) years with no effect upon the validity or expiration of the Initial License. The date of expiration of the Provisional License or the Initial License will be extended commensurate with the length of the leave of absence.
14.415.2 The Department may require that the educator provide documentation sufficient to establish the authorized leave of absence.
14.515.3 An educator's Provisional License or Initial License shall not be automatically extended under this section and the burden is on the educator to make proper application submit an extension request with sufficient documentation to the Department and to establish the authorized leave of absence.
15.016.0 Criminal Conviction History
An applicant shall disclose his or her criminal conviction history upon application for a Provisional License or an Initial License. Failure to disclose a criminal conviction history is grounds for denial or revocation of a Provisional License or an Initial License as specified in 14 Del.C. §1219.
The Secretary of Education may, at the request of the superintendent of a local public school district or charter school administrator or other employing authority, review licensure credentials on an individual basis and grant a license to an applicant who otherwise does not meet the requirements for a Provisional License or an Initial License, but whose effectiveness is documented by the local public school district, or charter school, or other employing authority.
The Department shall provide quarterly reports to the Professional Standards Board regarding implementation of this regulation. The Department shall also provide, upon request, specific data reports regarding licensure, certification, and professional development.
Cut Score
Effective Date-Tests taken
Provider & Test#
* Applicants who achieve a passing score on the NCLEX-RN examination are also required to achieve a passing score on Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators: Writing (5722) as listed above.
Accepted Reading Component (**See 7.1.3 subsection 8.1 of this regulation for restrictions)
SAT-Scholastic Aptitude Test
SAT-Scholastic Aptitude Test
ACT- American College Testing
Accepted Math Component (**See 7.1.3 subsection 8.1 of this regulation for restrictions)
SAT-Scholastic Aptitude Test
SAT-Scholastic Aptitude Test
ACT- American College Testing
Accepted Writing Component (**See 7.1.3 subsection 8.1 of this regulation for restrictions)
SAT-Scholastic Aptitude Test
i.e., Content Area, Category, Specialist
14 DE Admin. Code 1520 Early Childhood Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1521 Elementary Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1522 Elementary School Counselor
14 DE Admin. Code 1531 Middle Level English Language Arts Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1532 Middle Level Mathematics Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1533 Middle Level Science Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1534 Middle Level Social Studies Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1539 Health Education Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1540 Secondary English Language Arts Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1542 Secondary Mathematics Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1543 Secondary Science Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1544 Secondary Social Studies Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1545 Secondary School Counselor
14 DE Admin. Code 1549 Dance Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1550 AgriScience Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1551 Business Education Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1553 Driver Education and Traffic Safety Education Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1554 Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1555 Marketing Education Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1556 School to Work Transition Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1557 Technology Education Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1558 Theater Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1559 Skilled and Technical Sciences Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1560 Art Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1561 Bilingual Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1562 Teacher of English Learners
14 DE Admin. Code 1563 Music Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1564 Physical Education Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1565 World Language Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1570 Early Childhood Exceptional Children Special Education Teacher
14 DE Admin. Code 1571 Special Education Teacher of Students with Disabilities
14 DE Admin. Code 1572 Teacher of Students Who Are Gifted and Talented
14 DE Admin. Code 1573 Teacher of Students with Autism or with Severe Intellectual Disabilities
14 DE Admin. Code 1574 Teacher of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
14 DE Admin. Code 1575 Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments
14 DE Admin. Code 1580 School Library Media Specialist
14 DE Admin. Code 1581 Reading Specialist
14 DE Admin. Code 1582 School Nurse
14 DE Admin. Code 1583 School Psychologist
14 DE Admin. Code 1584 School Social Worker
14 DE Admin. Code 1591 School Principal and Assistant School Principal
14 DE Admin. Code 1592 Certified Central Office Personnel
14 DE Admin. Code 1593 Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent
14 DE Admin. Code 1594 Special Education Director
The Department shall recognize an Initial License issued before the effective date of this regulation. An educator holding such an Initial License issued by the Department before the effective date of this regulation shall be considered licensed in accordance with 14 Del.C. Ch. 12.
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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