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3505.1150 AWARDING SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, OR ARTS CREDITS THROUGH CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION.

Subpart 1.

Ability to grant credit.

A school district may grant a science, mathematics, or arts credit to a student who meets appropriate standards as part of a career and technical education program when:

A.

the school board concludes that the standards will be delivered with integrity in the career and technical education program; and

B.

the career and technical education teacher meets subject matter competence for the core academic subject as identified in Minnesota Statutes, section 122A.16.

Subp. 2.

Minimum standards for granting credit.

If a district chooses to grant credit for science, mathematics, or art credit for participation in career and technical education, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, section 120B.024, paragraph (c), it may do so provided that the program for which the credit is offered meets the following criteria:

A.

the instructor is appropriately licensed under part 3505.1000 and is not operating under a waiver or variance from the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board;

B.

the instructor has successfully passed the Subject Assessment and Specialty Area Test required for Minnesota licensure in the science, mathematics, or arts area for which credit is to be granted; and

C.

the district has identified the academic standards that will be met through participation in the career and technical education program.

Statutory Authority:

L 2007 c 146 art 7 s 3

History:

33 SR 1857; L 2017 1Sp5 art 12 s 22

Published Electronically:

August 21, 2017