Nev. Admin. Code § 391.Sec. 2.1 - NEW

1. The Superintendent of Public Instruction may issue a provisional special license with an endorsement as a student teacher resident to a person to teach pupils in a program of early childhood education, kindergarten, grades 1 to 12, inclusive, or special education if the person:
(a) Is enrolled in a teacher preparation program that is approved by the Commission;
(b) Has completed at least 90 semester credits of course work or equivalent course work in a teacher preparation program that is approved by the Commission;
(c) Has a recommendation from the teacher preparation program to student teach; and
(d) Applies for such a provisional special license and pays a fee of $100 which includes the fees for processing the fingerprints of the applicant by the Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
2. A provisional special license with an endorsement as a student teacher resident issued pursuant to this section:
(a) Authorizes the holder of the provisional special license to teach in a county school district, a charter school or a university school for profoundly gifted pupils;
(b) Is valid for 1 year from the date of issue; and
(c) Is nonrenewable.
3. A person who holds only a provisional special license with an endorsement as a student teacher resident issued pursuant to this section is exempt from the provisions of NAC 391.036 and paragraphs (b), (c) and (d) of subsection 1 of NAC 391.045.
4. The Department shall not issue any other endorsement on a provisional special license with an endorsement as a student teacher resident issued pursuant to this section.
5. If a person who holds a provisional special license with an endorsement as a student teacher resident issued pursuant to this section withdraws from or is no longer enrolled in a teacher preparation program, not later than 15 days after the person withdraws or otherwise ceases to be enrolled in the program, the provider of the program must notify the Department of the name and license number of the person and the date on which the person withdrew or otherwise ceased to be enrolled in the program. A provisional special license issued pursuant to this section becomes invalid immediately upon the receipt of such notification.
6. As used in this section, "teacher preparation program" means a course of study and training for the preparation of teachers or other educational personnel approved pursuant to NAC 391.558 or a program for an alternative route for the licensure of teachers and administrators approved pursuant to NAC 391.461.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 391.Sec. 2.1
Added to NAC by Comm'n on Prof. Standards in Education by R128-22A, eff. 5/24/2023

NRS 391.019, 391.031, 391.032, 391.040

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