N.D. Admin Code 67-11-07-05 - Credential standards

The applicant must fulfill all the following standards to obtain a credential under this chapter. The applicant must:

1. Hold a valid North Dakota teaching license during the life of the credential, issued by the education standards and practices board in accordance with North Dakota Century Code sections 15.1-13-08 and 15.1-13-10 and North Dakota Administrative Code title 67.1;
2. Have at least three years of teaching experience, verified in a letter of recommendation by a supervisor or employer who has firsthand knowledge of the individual's professional work;
3. Have at least two years of administrative experience comprised of at least half time as an elementary or secondary principal, a central office administrator, or an administrator of an approved school with a twelve-year program. This experience is to be verified by a supervisor or employer who has firsthand knowledge of the individual's professional work; and
4. Have completed the requirements for the level I elementary or secondary principal credential and eight additional hours of coursework specific to the superintendency from the following content areas:
a. Field-based experience in the superintendency;
b. Seminar in the superintendency;
c. Advanced school law;
d. Advanced revenue, finance, and business management;
e. Facilities and facilities planning;
f. Policy, politics, and community relations; and
g. Personnel administration.


N.D. Admin Code 67-11-07-05
Effective February 1, 2000; amended effective May 16, 2000; November 1, 2002.

General Authority: NDCC 15.1-02-04, 15.1-02-11, 28-32-02

Law Implemented: NDCC 15.1-02-04, 15.1-02-11

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