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Dear Electra, |
I understand that it is possible to obtain an "emergency" credential to qualify (at least temporarily) for a public school teaching position in California.
I'm an attorney in Washington, DC, but was born, raised and
educated in the Bay Area. I want to return, and would much prefer teaching to most legal jobs (I'm not a CA Bar member). So, how can I get data on qualifications, testing, registration, whatever I need to do to obtain such a credential and a teaching job in Northern California?
Can you please help? Thanks!
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The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing offers just what you're looking for on their website.
The California Department of Education provides: statistics, information on special programs, legislation on their very nicely designed website.
- Emergency permits
"Emergency permits are an option available to a district when they find it necessary to employ individuals who do not hold credentials or are not enrolled in internship programs."
- Credential Information
Extensive information on tests & qualifications for becoming credentialed.
Some other online information that might help you:
If you lack anything in the way of training or preparation, there is a great new program called TEACH California, the Interactive Recruitment Network of the State of California, where you can learn about programs, tests and job openings all over the Golden State.
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