Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-145d-403 - Documentation and materials required of applicants

In application for a certificate or permit, an applicant, in addition to meeting the specific requirements of each endorsement area, shall submit the following, as appropriate, to the Department:

(a) Application on an official form provided by the Department;
(b) Application fee:
(1) Upon application for a certificate in accordance with these regulations, there shall be paid to the Board by or on behalf of the applicant a fee as established by the Connecticut general statutes, except that persons holding standard or permanent certificates on July 1, 1989, who apply for professional certificates to replace their standard or permanent certificates, shall not be required to pay an application fee.
(2) Upon request for a duplicate copy of any such certificate there shall be paid to the Board a fee as established by the Connecticut general statutes.
(3) If the Department is unable to provide the number of assessments required to complete the beginning educator program, the applicant shall be eligible for a one-time extension of the initial educator certificate, at no cost to the applicant, in order to complete the assessment requirements.
(4) There shall be no fee charged to remove a deficiency from a certificate.
(c) Official transcripts from an approved institution, as required, of all credits, signed and sealed by the registrar or other appropriate official of the institution issuing the transcripts;
(d) A statement made by an approved institution that the applicant has the necessary qualities of personal fitness for teaching and is competent in the area for which the certificate is sought, and has completed that institution's approved planned program of preparation for service in the field, subject area, and grade level for which certification is requested;
(e) In those cases where successful teaching experience is a condition for certification, a statement from the applicant's employing agent as to the nature, length and quality of the experience; except that when a statement regarding successful experience as an employing agent is required, such statement shall be issued by the board of education or its equivalent;
(f) Official verification that the applicant has achieved a passing score or satisfactory evaluation on required assessments;
(g) Evidence that the applicant has a high school diploma or its equivalent; and
(h) Additional documentation, as appropriate, to the type of certificate or permit requested.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-145d-403
Effective July 1, 1995

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