A short-call substitute license authorizes the license holder to replace the same teacher of record for no more than 15 consecutive school days.
The board must issue a short-call substitute license to an applicant who meets the requirements of this subpart. The applicant must:
hold the minimum of a bachelor's degree from a college or university located in the United States that is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission or by the regional association for accreditation of colleges and secondary schools, as verified by a college transcript;
hold a credential from outside the United States that is equivalent to a bachelor's degree, as verified by a credential evaluation completed by a credential evaluator approved by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services or other board-approved credential evaluation service;
for applicants in career and technical education fields and career pathway courses of study, have one of the following:
five years of relevant work experience aligned to the assignment;
an associate's degree aligned to the assignment; or
a professional certification aligned to the assignment from an approved certifying organization; or
be enrolled in and making meaningful progress, as defined by the provider, in a board-approved teacher preparation program and have successfully completed student teaching to be employed as a short-call substitute teacher.
A short-call substitute license is valid for up to three years and expires on June 30 of the expiration year.
An applicant must reapply for a short-call substitute license upon its expiration.
MS s 122A.09
43 SR 463
October 30, 2018