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Cleveland Municipal School District
Employee Services Office and the
Office of Professional Development Services
March 2004
Highly Qualified Teacher
Information Presentation
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Welcome to the
Highly Qualified Teacher
Information Presentation
The goal of this presentation is to answer the following frequently
asked questions about the HQT process:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
What is the purpose of this process?
Who determines if a teacher is highly qualified?
What is the definition of a highly qualified teacher?
How will I know if I am identified as highly qualified?
What do I need to do if I am not identified as highly qualified?
What is the time line for this process?
Who can I contact if I have more questions?
Question One
What is the purpose of
this process?
Answer to Question One
The Ohio Department of Education has
created a video to answer this question.
Click on the website address to view this
short video.
http://www.ode.state.oh.us/superintendent/
webcasts/hqt_video.asp
Question Two
Who determines if
a teacher is highly qualified?
Answer to Question Two
• The No Child Left Behind Act requires
that all teachers of core academic
subjects be highly qualified. Core academic
subjects include English, reading, language
arts, mathematics, science, foreign
languages, civics and government,
economics, arts, history, and geography
(NCLB Section 9101).
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly
Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Question Three
What is the definition of a
highly qualified teacher?
Answer to Question Three
• Highly Qualified Teachers—Elementary Level
• A highly qualified teacher at the elementary level (K-6) is one who
holds at least a bachelor’s degree and has full state certification
through a Provisional or Professional Teaching License for PreK-3,
4-9,or Provisional, Professional, or Permanent Certificate 1-8, K8, K-3, PreK-3, 4-9,or K-12, and who meets the requirements
below.
• A highly qualified teacher NEW to the profession at the
elementary level, in addition to holding at least a bachelor’s
degree and full state certification/licensure, must have
completed:
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Answer to Question Three
- Continued
– the examination approved by the State Board of Education (Ohio
Administrative Code 3301-24-05) OR
– the following high objective uniform state standard evaluation:
• a graduate degree in the teaching assignment, OR
• advanced certification defined as a professional or permanent certificate;
OR
• advanced credentialing defined as National Board Certification OR
• achieve 100 points on the Ohio Highly Qualified Teacher Rubric OR
• meet the following requirements by 2006:
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Answer to Question Three
Continued
•
A highly qualified teacher NOT NEW to the profession at the
elementary level, in addition to holding at least a bachelor’s degree
and full state certification/licensure, must have completed:
•
An individual professional development plan approved by the local
professional development committee** that includes a plan to complete by
2006 at least ninety (90) clock hours of high quality professional
development (as defined in No Child Left Behind, Section 9101) well
distributed over the following areas: grade appropriate academic subject
matter knowledge, teaching skills, and state academic content standards.
•
Upon completion of the 90 clock hours submit documentation to the Local
Professional Development Committee that includes a description of the
content of the activities, the contact hours, and documentation of
attainment of learning by the teacher.
•
Convert to a five year professional license by 2006.
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Answer to Question Three
Continued
• **The Local Professional Development Committee
(authorized by Senate Bill 230 to be established
in every Ohio school district) has a membership of
at least three classroom teachers, one principal,
and one other employee appointed by the district
superintendent. The LPDC will determine if the
individual professional development plan includes
appropriate professional development activities
consistent with the highly qualified teacher
definition and the definition of high quality
professional development.
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Answer to Question Three
Continued
•
•
Highly Qualified Teachers—Middle & Secondary Level
A highly qualified teacher at the middle and secondary levels
(grades 7-12) is one who holds at least a bachelor’s degree and
holds full state certification through a Provisional or Professional
teaching license for Middle Childhood 4-9, or Adolescent to Young
Adult 7-12, or Provisional, Professional, or Permanent Certificate
1-8, K-8, 4-9, K-12, or 7-12, for each teaching assignment, and who
meets the requirements below.
•
A highly qualified teacher NEW to the profession at the middle
and secondary levels (grades 7-12), in addition to holding at least a
bachelor’s degree and full state certification/licensure, must have
completed:
– the examination approved by the State Board of Education (Ohio
Administrative Code 3301-24-0).
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Answer to Question Three
Continued
•
A highly qualified teacher NOT NEW to the profession at the middle and
secondary levels (grades 7-12), in addition to holding at least a bachelor’s
degree and full state certification, must have completed:
–
the examination approved by the State Board of Education (Ohio Administrative Code
3301-24-0) OR
–
an academic major or coursework equivalent to an academic major (defined as 30 semester
hours of upper level courses) in the teaching assignment OR
–
a graduate degree in the teaching assignment, OR
–
advanced certification defined as a professional or permanent certificate with at least 30
hours in the content area in the teaching assignment OR
–
advanced credentialing defined as National Board Certification in the teaching assignment
OR
–
the following high objective uniform state standard evaluation:
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Answer to Question Three
Continued
•
the following high objective uniform state standard evaluation:
•
achieve 100 points on the Ohio Highly Qualified Rubric OR
•
Have an individual professional development plan approved by the local
professional development committee** that includes a plan to complete by
2006 at least ninety (90) clock hours of high quality professional
development (as defined in No Child Left Behind, Section 9101) well
distributed over the following areas: grade appropriate academic subject
matter knowledge, teaching skills, and state academic content standards
and
•
Upon completion of the 90 clock hours submit documentation to the Local
Professional Development Committee that includes a description of the
content of the activities, the contact hours, and documentation of
attainment of learning by the teacher.
•
Convert to a five year professional license by 2006.
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Answer to Question Three
Continued
• **The Local Professional Development Committee
(authorized by Senate Bill 230 to be established in
every Ohio school district) has a membership of at
least three classroom teachers, one principal, and
one other employee appointed by the district
superintendent. The LPDC will determine if the
individual professional development plan includes
appropriate professional development activities
consistent with the highly qualified teacher
definition and the definition of high quality
professional development.
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Question Four
How will I know if I am
identified as highly
qualified?
Answer to Question Four
The Ohio Department of Education has
created an information packet to answer
this question. Click on the website address
to view this packet. You may print this
information packet.
• http://www.ode.state.oh.us/teachingprofession/pdf/HQTWorksheet.pdf
Answer to Question Four
Continued
The Ohio Department of Education has
created a rubric to answer this question.
Click on the website address below to view
this rubric. You may print this rubric.
• http://www.ode.state.oh.us/teachingprofession/pdf/HQTRubric.pdf
Answer to Question Four
Continued
The National Education Association has
created an online website
http://www.nea.org/esea/qualification/qu
alification/to answer this question. Click
on the website address below to view this
document. You may print this document.
Answer to Question Four
Continued
The Employee Services Department has
made the necessary forms available.
Click on the name of each form below:
- Individual Professional Development Plan (for Highly
Qualified Teachers-HQT)
- Highly Qualified Teacher Flowchart
- Highly Qualified Teacher Document Submission Form
- Selection of Professional Development Goals
- Individual Professional Development Plan Cover Sheet
You may print each of these documents.
Question Five
What do I need to do if
I am not
identified as highly qualified?
Answer to Question Five
•
Achieve 100 points on the Ohio Highly Qualified Rubric OR
•
Have an individual professional development plan approved by the local professional
development committee** that includes a plan to complete by 2006 at least ninety
(90) clock hours of high quality professional development (as defined in No Child
Left Behind, Section 9101) well distributed over the following areas: grade
appropriate academic subject matter knowledge, teaching skills, and state academic
content standards and
•
Upon completion of the 90 clock hours submit documentation to the Local
Professional Development Committee that includes a description of the content of
the activities, the contact hours, and documentation of attainment of learning by
the teacher.
•
•
Convert to a five year professional license by 2006.
**The Local Professional Development Committee (authorized by Senate Bill 230 to
be established in every Ohio school district) has a membership of at least three
classroom teachers, one principal, and one other employee appointed by the district
superintendent. The LPDC will determine if the individual professional development
plan includes appropriate professional development activities consistent with the
highly qualified teacher definition and the definition of high quality professional
development.
Question Six
What is the time line for
this process?
Answer to Question Six
•
•
The timeline for meeting this requirement is contingent upon two
elements: (1) the date of employment and (2) whether the
teacher is working in a program supported by Title I funds
(targeted assistance or school-wide).
If hired after the first day of school in the 2002-03 school
year and working in a program supported with Title 1 funds
(school-wide or targeted assistance), the teacher must meet the
requirements upon employment.
•
If hired after the first day of school in the 2002-03 school
year and NOT working in a program supported with Title 1 funds
(school-wide or targeted assistance), the teacher must meet the
requirements by the end of the 2005-06 school year.
•
If hired before the first day of school in the 2002-03 school
year, the teacher must meet the requirements by the end of the
2005-06 school year, regardless of whether working in a program
supported by Title 1 funds or not.
Source: No Child Left Behind Requirements for Highly Qualified Teachers
Ohio Department of Education
Question Seven
Who can I contact if I
have more questions?
Answer to Question Seven
•
The Ohio Department of Education
has developed a list of Frequently
Asked Questions. Click on the
website address to view the FQA.
You may print this information.
•
http://www.ode.state.oh.us/teachin
g-profession/word/nclb_q_a.doc
Answer to Question Seven
Continued
• Contact the Office of Professional
Development Services at 574-8586 or
574-8581, if you have additional questions
about CEUs.
• Contact Employee Service Office at
HQTINFO@cmsdnet.net, if you have
additional questions about submitting your
HQT documents.
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