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Career and Technical Education – Courses and Resources – Teacher Certification – PEIMS HB5 – What’s the latest Contact Information CTE, PEIMS, and HB5
Career and Technical Education Career Technical Education (CTE) is helping our nation meet the very real and immediate challenges of economic development, student achievement and global competitiveness. Some 14 million students are enrolled in CTE—encompassing every state, with programs in nearly 1,300 public high schools and 1,700 two-year-colleges.
There is no single certificate called “Career and Technical Education.”
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Ag Business FCS Health Science Marketing Technology Education TIE
How do I get a teacher “CTE Certified?” Regardless of a person’s prior experiences or education, they must go through the required certification process! Just like I would have to do to become an attorney or a cosmetologist, etc. In some instances, adding a CTE certificate might not be necessary…teacher might be eligible to teach the CTE course with their current certificates. Refer to TAC §231.
How do I get a teacher “CTE Certified?” The process will be different for each individual and it would be best for the candidate to contact SBEC. Generally speaking: If a teacher already holds a valid Texas teaching certificate, he/she may test out of any of the CTE areas that do not require work experience. For Marketing, Health Science, and Trades and Industrial Education, there are other requirements that must be in place in order for certification to occur.
If you have a question about who can teach what, look in “Chapter 231” Assignment of Public School Personnel, Part 1 found in 19 TAC §231.1(e).Assignment of Public School Personnel, Part 1 found in 19 TAC §231.1(e).
NCLB Highly Qualified Any CTE teacher who: – is the teacher of record, and – provides direct instruction in a CTE course that satisfies a core academic graduation requirement… must meet the NCLB highly qualified teacher requirements.
HQ and NCLB Under HOUSE rules, subject-matter competency is the critical component for CTE teachers teaching math, science, fine arts, or speech. According to the law, this can be demonstrated through: coursework, passing a certification test, or meeting HOUSE.
CTE and HQ To review the teacher certification requirements for specific courses, please see the Assignment of Public School Personnel, Part 1 found in 19 TAC §231.1(e). Assignment of Public School Personnel, Part 1 Teachers assigned to teach the following courses must meet NCLB highly qualified requirements: Business EnglishEngineering Design and Problem Solving Principles and Elements of Floral Design Food Science Mathematical Application in Ag, Food and Natural Resources Forensic Science Statistics and Risk ManagementMedical Microbiology Advanced Quantitative ReasoningPathophysiology Advanced Animal SciencePrinciples of Technology Advanced BiotechnologyScientific Research and Design Advanced Plant and Soil Science Anatomy and Physiology
NCLB “highly qualified” requirements – Bachelor’s degree and – Full state certification or 24 semester credit hours with 12 hours of upper division in subject Pass content exam or High, Objective, Uniform Standard of Evaluation (HOUSE) for experienced teachers NCLB Highly Qualified
Must meet both – At least one year of teaching experience in subject or a closely related subject And – 24 points (at least 6 points in subject) experience teaching subject (max 12 points) college coursework in subject: 1 semester credit hr = 1 pt CPE: 15 clock hours = 1 point HOUSE/CASA
PEIMS Service ID - Code Table C022 – Identifies the services that staff members are responsible for providing – TEA-approved services CTE Service ID numbers correlate to Texas Administrative Code chapter and subchapter – 13000400 = TAC 130.4. Small Animal Management (One-Half to One Credit). – 13001000 = TAC 130.10. Mathematical Applications in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (One Credit).