SB 233 Allows the State Board of Education to issue teacher certificates to certain individuals in the areas of banking and financial responsibility
Sponsor: Cunningham
LR Number: 0450S.01I Fiscal Note:
Committee: Education
Last Action: 1/27/2009 - Second Read and Referred S Education Committee Journal Page: S192
Title: Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2009

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Current Bill Summary

SB 233 – This act creates a method of obtaining teacher certification from the State Board of Education for individuals to teach in the areas of banking or financial responsibility. Individuals must have a bachelor's degree or higher degree and professional experience suitable to provide a basis to teach in such areas. An individual must have received a passing score for the designated exit examination.

The holder of such a certificate is exempt from the Teacher Tenure Act. School districts will have decision-making authority on whether to hire individuals holding such a certificate.

If the holder of such a certificate is employed less than full-time, he or she must complete an amount of professional development in proportion to his or her time teaching in the classroom, rather than complete the standard thirty hour requirement.

This act is identical to a provision contained in HCS#2/SS/SB 291 (2009) and HB 1874 (2008).