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This report provides guidelines and policies on qualifications required for faculty and administrative positions at community colleges in California. Major changes from the previous edition include: modification of two current disciplines which require a master's degree, addition of Film Studies as a discipline requiring a Master's degree, and addition of Multimedia to the non-master's list. The report contains seven major sections: (1) Disciplines requiring a master's degree, listing 63 fields, with related disciplines, for which a master's degree is a teaching requirement; (2) Disciplines in which a master's degree is not generally expected or available, listing over 125 disciplines for which a bachelor's degree and two years experience are the minimum teaching requirements; (3) Education code sections on minimum qualifications; (4) Title 5 regulations on minimum qualifications; (5) Title 5 regulations on faculty interns; (6) Title 5 regulations on EOPS qualifications; and (7) Legislative findings and declarations. The appendix includes recommendations and adoption of 1999 changes. (Contains 21 related resources.) (RDG)

Descriptors: Administrator Qualifications, Administrators, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Eligibility, Government School Relationship, Personnel, Personnel Selection, State Boards of Education, State Standards, Teacher Qualifications, Two Year Colleges











Author: California Community Colleges, Sacramento. Office of the Chancellor.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=6011&id=ED440677







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