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2). All ﬁfty states now require public school teachers to hold a valid state license issued by the state’s ofﬁce of teacher education and certiﬁcation or a professional standards board. In most cases a state department or standards board issues an initial license on the basis of a recommendation from the college at which the candidate earned his or her degree (in a program approved by the state department or standards board). A bachelor’s degree that includes courses in foundations of education and pedagogy, and a stint as a student teacher or an intern, are universally required for the initial license.
The extended period that a student teacher spends in a school provides administrators, particularly principals, with opportunities to observe him or her ﬁrsthand in the classroom and to seek the opinion of cooperating teachers and the college supervisor on his or her potential. With student teaching and internships now a full-time stint of eight to eighteen weeks, the principal also can observe how the prospective teacher relates to other faculty and to parents. Naturally, when jobs open, student teachers, interns, substitute teachers, and teacher aides (with teaching credentials) of proven ability have an advantage over other applicants.
School counselors, school psychologists, assistant principals, attendance 29 Teaching in K–12 Schools 30 CAREERS IN EDUCATION ofﬁcers, and coaches ﬁll out the instructional staff in many middle and junior high schools. Some teach and some do not, but all have contact with both teachers and students. Almost all senior high schools are organized into departments by subject. The exceptions are alternative and progressive high schools, where both teachers and subjects may be integrated, and magnet schools, where a particular area of study, such as science and technology or music and art, is the emphasis.
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