EdJoin: Showing you are NCLB Compliant

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The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 reauthorized the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965. The federal law requires states to develop assessments linked to teacher quality. 

There are guidelines that teachers must meet in order to establish that they are NCLB compliant. In addition, there are two ways to demonstrate that you are NCLC compliant. These are:

  1. A certificate of compliance which is California’s way of showing NCLB certification can only be provided by a public school district. For example: You may have a paper from the district you work/have worked in stating that you are NCLB compliant by way of test scores (CSET). In California, an NCLB certificate of compliance can only be provided by a public school district. You can obtain this certificate from any school district you have worked for. For Example, they can give you a document proving you are NCLB certified by way of test scores (CSET). 
  2. Another way to obtain NCLB compliance is with some of the newer credentials offered. For questions on whether or not your credential meets the requirements, please contact CDE "California Department of Education" by visiting this web page. http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/cd/ap/mainpage.aspx

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