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Chapter 505-4 STATE PAYMENTS TO SUPERVISORS OF STUDENT TEACHERS

Rule 505-4-.01 State Payments to Supervisors of Student Teachers

(1) PURPOSE. The purpose of this rule is to clarify definitions and requirements relative to state payments to certain supervisors of student teachers.
(2) DEFINITIONS:
(a) Student teaching--the full-time component of a Professional Standards Commission (PSC)-approved teacher education program in which a student preparing for teaching is jointly assigned by a teacher education institution and a school system, state-operated school or school operated by the United States Department of Defense on a military reservation for experience designated as student teaching;
(b) Supervising teacher--a teacher employed by a local board of education, state operated school, or school operated by the United States Department of Defense on a military reservation who is designated to provide professional supervisory and support services to a specific student teacher;
(c) Supervising teacher services endorsement--a certificate endorsement held by persons who have completed a supervising teacher services program;
(d) Teacher support specialist endorsement-- a certificate endorsement held by persons who have completed a teacher support specialist program.
(3) REQUIREMENTS:
(a) To be eligible to receive payment, the school system, state-operated school, or school operated by the United States Department of Defense shall verify on a form provided by the commission that each supervising teacher:
1. holds a valid renewable or life professional certificate in a teaching field or the service field of speech and language pathology;
2. is currently employed with a public school system, state-operated school, or school operated by the United States Department of Defense on a military reservation; Chapter 505-4 State Payments to Supervisors of Student Teachers
3. has at least two years of experience in the field of preparation.
(b) Payments shall be made based on the availability of funds on a first come basis from funds appropriated or otherwise available to the department of education.
1. A local school system, state-operated school, or school operated by the United States Department of Defense shall submit only one payment request per quarter or semester per supervising teacher for supervising one student teacher.
(i) Payment requests shall be postmarked no later than June 1 on forms provided by the commission in order to receive payments from the department of education.
2. Payments to a supervising teacher who meets requirements and holds a valid supervising teacher services or teacher support specialist certificate endorsement shall not exceed the amount provided by law.
3. Payments to a supervising teacher who meets requirements but does not hold a valid supervising teacher services or teacher support specialist certificate shall not exceed the amount provided by law.