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AB 1876 – Establishes An Alternative Method For Employment Verification For Emergency Career Substitute Teaching Permits
This bill amends existing law establishing an alternative method of employment verification for the issuance of an emergency career substitute teaching permit. Under existing law, the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (the Commission) establishes the employment verification requirements for initial insurance of an emergency credible substitute permit. Currently, employers are required to verify, in the 3 years immediately preceding the date of application, 3 consecutive years of at least 90 days per year of day-to-day substitute teaching in either the school district requesting the permit or, if the county office of education is responsible for the assignment of day-to-day substitutes for all the school districts in the county, accumulated from one or more California school districts in the county requesting the permit.
This bill amends existing law and requires the Commission to accept verification by an employer or employers of, in the three years immediately preceding the date of application, at least 90 days per year of day-to-day substitute teaching accumulated from one or more California school districts participating in a consortium with the school district requesting the permit.
(AB 1876 adds Section 44300.5 to the Education Code.)