A career pathways teacher is authorized to teach students the skills and information necessary for a specific career where that career does not necessarily require a four-year degree and in which there are not board rules in place. Such careers include but are not limited to law enforcement, cosmetology, and park services.
A candidate for licensure as a career pathways teacher must meet the requirements of this subpart.
The applicant must have one of the following:
five years of relevant work experience;
at least an associate's degree aligned to the career field; or
a professional certification aligned to the career field from an approved certifying organization.
A career pathways license shall be issued and renewed according to the rules of the Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board governing professional licensure.
MS s 122A.09
43 SR 463
October 30, 2018