Agenda Item
Meeting Date:
8/10/2020 - 6:00 PM  
Recognitions and Resolutions  
10.3 Review and Potential Approval of Board Resolution 20/21-3 for Personnel with Provisional Internship Permits  
LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) Goal:
Professional Learning Professional Development Focused on Special Populations Goal 2.7-2.10
Professional Development Focused on Special Populations Goal 2.7-2.10
Please see attached.  
File Attachment:
PIP Resolution 20-21 - 3 docx.pdf
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing is no longer issuing emergency permits. However, the Commission replaced the Emergency Permit with the Provisional Internship Permit (PIP) which provides applicants additional time to meet the subject matter competence requirement(s) needed to enter an internship program. A District may request a PIP only after a diligent search has been conducted and a fully credentialed teacher could not be found. The PIP is issued for one (1) year. All requests for a PIP must be presented to the Governing board of a public school district for approval. Every PIP request that is submitted to the commission on Teacher Credentialing must also include verification that a notice of intent to employ the named applicant has been made public.  
No Fiscal Impact.  
Fiscal Impact:
Move to approve the Provisional Internship Permit.  
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Diane Thompson - Credential Analyst
Signed By:  
Dr. Dan Scudero - Director, Human Resources
Signed By:  
Dr. Adam Clark - Superintendent