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23 pursuant to paragraph "a" shall be separately
24 maintained from the results of any examinations
25 administered to traditionally prepared students.
26 d. This subsection is repealed effective June 30,
28 Sec. 8. DEPARTMENTAL STUDIES. The department of
29 education shall do the following:
30 1. Compile and report, in consultation with the
31 board of educational examiners, information relating
32 to nontraditional practitioner preparation internship
33 programs, including the number of programs available
34 and geographic areas in which they are available, the
35 number of individuals who apply for a nontraditional
36 conditional license, the number of individuals
37 possessing a nontraditional conditional license who
38 apply for a provisional license, the subject areas in
39 which persons who possess nontraditional conditional
40 licenses are teaching and where they are teaching.
41 The department shall submit its findings and
42 recommendations in a report to the senate and house of
43 representatives standing committees on education by
44 December 1, 2002.
45 2. Analyze and compare, in consultation with the
46 board of educational examiners, the requirements for
47 practitioner licensure or endorsement that require a
48 master's degree and the master's degree requirements
49 established by approved practitioner preparation
50 graduate programs. The institutions offering approved
1 practitioner preparation programs shall submit
2 information to the department as requested by the
3 department. The department shall submit its findings
4 and recommendations in a report to the senate and
5 house of representatives standing committees on
6 education by December 1, 2001."
7 2. By renumbering as necessary.
Rants of Woodbury asked and received unanimous consent that
House File 670 be temporarily deferred and retain its place on the
SENATE MESSAGE CONSIDERED
Senate File 476, by committee on education, a bill for an act
relating to the establishment of a student achievement and teacher
Read first time and passed on file.
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League of Women Voters of Iowa
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