How to show NCLB Compliance in CA

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  1. ereliz33

    ereliz33 Rookie

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    Hello! I am applying for a job through Edjoin and the posting asks to attach proof of NCLB compliance. Does anyone know what sort of documentation I should attach?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. TamiJ

    TamiJ Virtuoso

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    I had this question before. I think it refers to the CBEST and CSETS, and CLAD certification, but if you are coming out of a credential program you already have those things. Your type of credential should be proof enough (if it is a newer one).
     
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    ereliz33 Rookie

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    Thank you! I just wasn't sure what to attach. I have all of those things, so I will include the CSET and CBEST scores with my application.
     
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    TamiJ Virtuoso

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    No prob!
     
  6. MissSkippyjonJones

    MissSkippyjonJones Comrade

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    CSET scores show this...I also have a paper from the district I work in that says that I am NCLB compliant in the areas that I am and that I obtained this through test scores (the CSET)
     
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    This is the information I recieved:
    "You are looking for a Certificate of Compliance (California's NCLB verification) which can only be issued by a public school district. It appears you hold (or will hold) a Single Subject foreign language: Spanish credential and are therefore highly qualified via a (bachelor degree) or (CSET, NTE, MSAT, PRAXIS or other state level examination)."

    "Unfortunately you can’t get a Certificate of Compliance until you are hired by a district. I suggest you state in your cover letter you are a highly qualified in foreign language: Spanish via (bachelor degree) or (exam) but do not have a Certificate of Compliance as you are new to the profession. I would suggest creating a word document which states the same and attach that when asked to attach your NCLB verification."

    I hope it helps.
     
  8. yellowdaisies

    yellowdaisies Enthusiast

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    I'm not sure if you're Multiple Subject, but if you are, you'd also need your RICA score in addition to CBEST and CSET.
     

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