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TITLE 19EDUCATION
PART 7STATE BOARD FOR EDUCATOR CERTIFICATION
CHAPTER 231REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENTS
SUBCHAPTER EGRADES 9 - 12 ASSIGNMENTS
DIVISION 1ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS AND READING, GRADES 9-12 ASSIGNMENTS
RULE §231.129College Readiness and Study Skills, Grades 9-12

An assignment for College Readiness and Study Skills, Grades 9-12, is allowed with one of the following certificates.

  (1) English Language Arts and Reading: Grades 7-12.

  (2) English Language Arts and Reading: Grades 8-12.

  (3) Grades 6-12 or Grades 9-12--English. This assignment requires verifiable preparation in the teaching of reading such as in-service, seminar, or college course in reading. Initial assignments beginning with the 1990-1991 school year require nine semester credit hours of upper-division coursework in reading with at least one course in diagnostic reading techniques.

  (4) Grades 6-12 or Grades 9-12--English Language Arts, Composite. This assignment includes at least six semester credit hours in reading. Initial assignments beginning with the 2003-2004 school year require nine semester credit hours of upper-division coursework in reading with at least one course in diagnostic reading techniques.

  (5) Grades 6-12 or Grades 9-12--Reading.

  (6) Junior High School (Grades 9-10 only) or High School--English. This assignment requires verifiable preparation in the teaching of reading such as in-service, seminar, or college course in reading. Initial assignments beginning with the 1990-1991 school year require nine semester credit hours of upper-division coursework in reading with at least one course in diagnostic reading techniques.

  (7) Junior High School (Grades 9-10 only) or High School--English Language Arts, Composite. This assignment includes at least six semester credit hours in reading. Initial assignments beginning with the 2003-2004 school year require nine semester credit hours of upper-division coursework in reading with at least one course in diagnostic reading techniques.

  (8) Junior High School (Grades 9-10 only) or High School--Reading.

  (9) Master Reading Teacher (Early Childhood-Grade 12).

  (10) Reading Specialist.

  (11) Reading Specialist (Early Childhood-Grade 12).

  (12) Secondary English (Grades 6-12). This assignment requires verifiable preparation in the teaching of reading such as in-service, seminar, or college course in reading. Initial assignments beginning with the 1990-1991 school year require nine semester credit hours of upper-division coursework in reading with at least one course in diagnostic reading techniques.

  (13) Secondary English Language Arts, Composite (Grades 6-12). This assignment includes at least six semester credit hours in reading. Initial assignments beginning with the 2003-2004 school year require nine semester credit hours of upper-division coursework in reading with at least one course in diagnostic reading techniques.

  (14) Secondary Reading (Grades 6-12).


Source Note: The provisions of this §231.129 adopted to be effective August 15, 2013, 38 TexReg 5076

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