ILLINOIS REGISTER 7644
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS
B) provides a list of the coursework and experiences that the
individual will complete in order to qualify; and
C) identifies the institution of higher education where the individual
will complete the requirements.
3) No individual may be assigned for more than three school years without
attaining the relevant endorsement, and no individual may be assigned for
a third school year unless he or she has completed the six semester hours
required under subsection (a)(2) of this Section.
4) If an individual is assigned to deliver instruction in two or more subjects,
he or she shall have completed no fewer than nine semester hours in each
subject. If subsection (a) of this Section requires specific coursework for
any of the subjects taught, the teacher shall have completed nine semester
hours that will count toward an endorsement in that subject.
d) New Requirements Applicable in 2012
All coursework that forms part of an application for a middle-grades endorsement
received on or after February 1, 2012, or that is used in determining the eligibility
of an individual to be first assigned to teach a particular subject in the middle
grades on or after that date, must have been passed with a grade no lower than "C"
or equivalent in order to be counted towards fulfillment of the applicable
(Source: Amended at 33 Ill. Reg. ______, effective ____________)
Section 1.737 Minimum Requirements for the Assignment of Teachers in Grades 9
through 12 Beginning July 1, 2004
a) Beginning July 1, 2004, no teacher may be assigned to teach a particular subject
in any of grades 9 through 12 unless he or she holds a certificate that is valid for
the grade level or levels to be taught and:
1) holds the applicable endorsement for the subject area (and, in the case of
the provisional vocational certificate, has also completed the work
experience required pursuant to subsection (c) of this Section); or
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