5 CA ADC § 80057.5


5 CCR s 80057.5

Cal. Admin. Code tit. 5, s 80057.5


CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
TITLE 5. EDUCATION
DIVISION 8. COMMISSION ON TEACHER CREDENTIALING
CHAPTER 1. CREDENTIALS ISSUED UNDER THE TEACHER PREPARATION AND LICENSING
LAW OF 1970
ARTICLE 2. CREDENTIAL TYPES, AUTHORIZATIONS, AND REQUIREMENTS
This database is current through 01/26/07, Register 2007, No. 4
s 80057.5. Adding Supplementary Authorizations to Teaching
Credentials Used Predominantly in Elementary Schools.


(a) The holder of a valid teaching credential specified in Education Code
Section 44256(b) may have one or more of the subjects listed in subsection
(c) added as a supplementary authorization. The candidate or an approved
institution shall verify completion of either (1) or (2) below:

(1) 20 semester hours or 10 upper division semester hours of
non-remedial collegiate course work in each subject from subsection
(c) to be listed, or


(2) a collegiate major in a subject directly related to each
subject from subsection (c) to be listed.


A "C" grade or above in any course used to meet the provisions of
this section shall be required. Non-remedial coursework for the
purposes of this section shall be defined as coursework that is
applicable toward a bachelor's degree or a higher degree at a
regionally accredited college or university.


(b) Candidates seeking supplementary authorization in any language other
than English shall, in addition to requirements specified in subsection
(a), submit verification of having either (1), (2), (3), or (4) below:

(1) passed the oral language portion of the Bilingual Certificate
of Competence Examination in the language to be listed on the
credential. Such verification shall be in the form of a letter from
any institution or other educational agency, approved by the
Commission as an assessor agency for the Bilingual Certificate of
Competence. Whenever a written assessment instrument for a language
other than Spanish is not available, a panel may be used by assessor
agencies to assess a candidate's knowledge of the target language
competencies, in accordance with Commission guidelines regulating
assessment for languages other than Spanish, or


(2) passed the speaking and listening sections of Test 6 of the
Crosscultural Language and Academic Development/Billingual
Crosscultural Language and Academic Development (CLAD/BCLAD)
Examinations described in Section 80015.3 in the language to be
listed on the credential; or


(3) oral proficiency in the language to be listed on the credential
at a level equivalent to that of a person with a bachelor's degree
with a major in that language. This level of proficiency shall be
verified by a letter from the Chair of the Language Department of a
regionally accredited four year college or university, or


(4) oral proficiency in the language to be listed on the credential
at the level required to complete a Bilingual Emphasis or Bilingual
Crosscultural Language and Academic Development (BCLAD) Emphasis
Credential Program as verified by a letter from a person authorized
to issue such verification by the college or university that offers
such a program.


(c) The following subjects may be added as supplementary authorizations to
a valid teaching credential specified in Education Code Section 44256(b):

(1) Agriculture, including at least one course in each of the
following areas: animal science, plant science, and agricultural
mechanics;


(2) Art, including at least one course in each of the following
areas: drawing and painting, art history or appreciation, and
crafts;


(3) Business, including at least one course in each of the
following areas: business management, business marketing or
introduction to business, computer concepts and applications,
economics, business communications or business English, and
accounting;


(4) Computer Concepts and Applications, including at least one
course in each of the following areas:software evaluation and
selection, hardware operation and functions, and classroom uses of
computers;


(5) English, including at least one course in each of the following
areas: grammar or language structure, composition, and literature;


(6) A Language Other Than English (Specify), including at least one
course in the language covering each of the following areas:
grammar, composition, conversation, and literature;


(7) Health Science, including at least one course in each of the
following areas: substance abuse (including alcohol, drug, and
tobacco), family life education (including human sexuality,
HIV/AIDS, and sexually transmitted diseases), nutrition,
comprehensive school health systems or programs, and health
education theory, behavior, or foundations;


(8) Home Economics, including at least one course in each of the
following areas: food and nutrition, clothing, child development,
and family life and parenting;


(9) Industrial Arts, including at least one course in each of the
following areas: drafting or graphic arts, woods or metals, and
electricity or electronics;


(10) Mathematics, including at least one course in each of the
following areas (all course work shall be at least at a level for
which intermediate algebra is a prerequisite): algebra, geometry,
and development of the real number system or introduction to
mathematics; or three courses in calculus or other mathematics
courses for which algebra and geometry are prerequisites;


(11) Music, including at least one course in each of the following
areas: vocal music, instrumental music, music history or
appreciation, and music theory;


(12) Physical Education, including at least one course in each of
the following areas: team sports and games, fundamental and creative
movement skills (such as dance and gymnastics), human movement,
motor development, and/or motor learning, and individual, dual,
nontraditional and global sports and games (such as aquatics,
conditioning, and archery);


(13) Science, including at least one course in each of the
following areas: biological sciences, chemistry, geosciences, and
physics; and


(14) Social Science, including at least one course in each of the
following areas: United States history, California history, world
history, geography, and United States government.


(d) Home Economics Supplementary Authorizations must include a laboratory
component in one of the listed subject areas. The course of study must
cover both subject areas of food and nutrition but a single course may be
used to meet the requirement. The course of study must cover both subject
areas of family life and parenting, but a single course may be used to
meet the requirement.

(e) Science Supplementary Authorizations Authorized by 80057.5((c)13)
shall include a one-year sequence of courses in at least two of the listed
subject areas. At least one course must include a laboratory component.

(f) A subject specified in subsection (c) and listed on a teaching
credential specified in Education Code Section 44256(b) as a supplementary
authorization shall authorize the teaching of courses related to that
subject in departmentalized classes in grades 9 and below.

(g) Applicants who are progressing toward completion of supplementary
authorization requirements as they existed on July 1, 1996, shall have
until July 1, 1998, to apply for said authorizations.


Note: Authority cited: Section 44225(b), Education Code.
Reference: Section 44256(b), Education Code.

HISTORY

1. New section filed 3-26-81; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register
81,
No. 13).

2. Repealed by own terms effective 7-2-82 (Register 89, No. 9).

3. New section filed 12-9-88; operative 1-8-89 (Register 89, No. 9)

4. Editorial correction of Authority cite (Register 95, No. 9).

5. Amendment of section and Reference cite filed 3-9-95; operative 4-10-95

(Register 95, No. 10).

6. Amendment of subsections (c)(3), (c)(7)-(8) and (c)(12), new subsection
(d),
subsection relettering, and amendment of newly designated subsection (g)
filed
10-29-96; operative 11-29-96 (Register 96, No. 44).

5 CCR s 80057.5, 5 CA ADC s 80057.5
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