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    HB2087
    SPONSORS: MASON P
    TITLE: technical correction; teacher certification; reciprocity
    FINAL DISPOSITION: Held awaiting First Reading
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    PREFILED    JAN 08 2010

    REFERENCE TITLE: technical correction; teacher certification; reciprocity

     

     

     

    State of Arizona

    House of Representatives

    Forty-ninth Legislature

    Second Regular Session

    2010

     

     

    HB 2087

     

    Introduced by

    Representative Mason

     

     

    AN ACT

     

    amending section 15‑533, Arizona Revised Statutes; relating to certification and employment of teachers.

     

     

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    Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:

    Section 1.  Section 15-533, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to read:

    START_STATUTE15-533.  Reciprocity; proficiency examination

    A.  To qualify for either a basic or standard teaching certificate, or equivalent certificate later adopted by the state board of education, a person must pass each component of the proficiency examination developed and administered by the state board of education.  The proficiency examination shall consist of only a professional knowledge test and a subject knowledge test.  A person is not required to take the examination if the person has passed a proficiency examination adopted by a state board of education or equivalent agency in another state.  The state board of education may grant a basic or standard teaching certificate for not to exceed one year to a teacher who is a nonresident and who has not met the requirement of this section at the time of application.

    B.  A person is not required to pass the proficiency examination or the equivalent examination more than once, except that a person who passed the examination developed and administered in this state by the state board of education seven or more years before qualifying to teach in this state is required to repass the examination.  A person who passed a proficiency examination adopted by a state board of education or equivalent agency in another state seven or more years before qualifying to teach in this state is required to pass the proficiency examination developed and administered in this state by the state board of education, except that a person who has been employed as a teacher in another state for at least five of the previous seven years before qualifying to teach in this state is not required to repass the examination.

    C.  A person who is not required to pass the proficiency examination developed and administered in this state by the state board of education pursuant to subsections subsection A or B shall only be granted reciprocity for those proficiency examinations required in this state that pertain to the grade levels and content areas that the person is certified to teach in another state. END_STATUTE



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    Tuesday, January 20, 2009

    SECOND READING OF BILLS HB2030-HB2031, HB2045-HB2046, HB2048, HB2057-HB2060, HB2062-HB2069, HB2072-HB2077, HB2080-HB2083, HB2085-HB2087, HB2091-HB2093, HB2101, HB2107, HB2126, HB2132, HB2134  THE CLERK IS INSTRUCTED TO RECORDTHE ACTION OF THE HOUSE
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