ELIGIBILTY REQUIREMENTS

FOR HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY TEACHING ATC STATEWIDE-ARTICULATED COURSES

 

 

Teachers must meet the one of the two following requirements to be approved to teach a course for Advanced Technical Credit:

 

Requirement 1:  The teacher must have a baccalaureate degree or higher in the teaching discipline.

 

OR

 

Requirement 2:  The teacher must have a minimum of an associate degree and 3 years verifiable non-teaching work experience directly related to the teaching discipline.

 

 

NOTE:

 

Teachers who are not fully certified in the teaching discipline by the State Board for Educator Certification (i.e. state teaching certification) will be asked to provide the ATC Office with proof that they meet the above requirements.  For proof of their degree, they must have official transcripts sent directly to the ATC Office from the college or university.  For proof of work experience, they will be asked to submit full work history information to the ATC Office. More information

 

Teachers of courses eligible for inclusion in a postsecondary workforce education program that is subject to accreditation by external agencies and/or that prepare students for licensure or certification must meet the qualifications required by the external agency. More information

 

Non-degreed individuals will not be eligible for ATC approval.

 

 

 

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