House Journal: Page 1846: Thursday, May 3, 2001
1 to the satisfaction of the board of educational
2 examiners, successful experience working with
3 children, may be issued a one-year, nonrenewable
4 nontraditional conditional license to teach students
5 in grades nine through twelve in the area of the
6 individual's academic background and employment
7 experience, in the vocational education field or
8 subject area or in a shortage area as determined by
9 the department, if the individual meets the
10 requirements of section 256.16, subsection 3. In
11 addition to these requirements, an individual seeking
12 a nontraditional conditional license to teach special
13 education students in grades nine through twelve shall
14 document, to the satisfaction of the board of
15 educational examiners, five years of successful
16 experience working with children requiring special
17 education. An individual may be issued a provisional
18 license to teach students in grades nine through
19 twelve in the area of the individual's academic
20 background and employment experience if the individual
21 successfully completes one year of teaching under a
22 nontraditional conditional license and successfully
23 completes the second course of study set forth in
24 section 256.16, subsection 3.
25 c. A person issued a provisional teaching license
26 pursuant to paragraph "b" shall successfully complete,
27 at a minimum, a one-year beginning teacher mentoring
28 and induction program.
29 d. An approved nontraditional practitioner or
30 administrator preparation internship program, and the
31 school district with which the institution
32 administering the program has a written agreement in
33 accordance with section 256.16, subsection 3, shall
34 provide information to the board and any documentation
35 regarding the intern's."
Amendment H-1987 was adopted.
The House stood at ease at 8:05 p.m., until the fall of the gavel.
The House resumed session at 8:32 p.m., Dix of Butler in the chair.
Wise of Lee offered the following amendment H-1992, to the
Senate amendment H-1987, filed by him, Bukta of Clinton, Cohoon of
Des Moines, Greimann of Story, Lensing of Johnson, Mascher of
Johnson, Petersen of Polk, Stevens of Dickinson and Winckler of Scott
from the floor and moved its adoption:
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