The chart in Attachment A to this field guidance memo explains how individuals in these two major categories are affected.
If a teacher who previously spent a substantial portion of time performing instructional support services has since left employment in our district, are they covered by this action?
In addition, be prepared to provide a cover letter, resume, and two letters of reference to the interview committee.
District Superintendents; Superintendents of Public Schools; Superintendents of State-Operated and State-Supported Schools; School Personnel Administrators; New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS); School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS); New York State United Teachers; New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA); Big 5 Conference; Other Interested Parties Instructional support services are those services that provide support to school personnel through training workshops, study groups, demonstration lessons, mentoring, modeling of instruction, presiding over CSE/CPSE meetings and related functions, coaching, and similar services.
Additional Information: Show/Hide The filling of this position is based upon continued funding in the Board of Education budget.
Note: Teachers dually certified in TESOL, Bilingual Education or ESL, with experience in Sheltered Instruction or fluency in a language other than English, will be given preference for all Stamford Public School positions.
Does this position now fall under these new requirements and must we employ a certified teacher regardless?
No, if the duties of this “attendance reporting" position are not included in the definition of instructional support, and it `does not require a teaching certificate, it is not an instructional support position covered by these new rules.
Yes, these teachers accrue seniority in the tenure area of their base teaching certificate, not their extension area.
This extension is provided for teachers to work with students in apprenticeship or internship situations.