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234 Pennsylvania Level I Certifi cation I. Instructional and Educational Specialist I (valid 6 years of service; nonrenewable) A. Hold a bachelor’s degree and complete an approved education preparation program in the area requested with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. B. Receive the recommendation of the preparing entity. C. Meet all Pennsylvania testing requirements. 1. All applicants must take the Pennsylvania tests required for certifi cation unless they hold National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certifi cation. 2

233 Pennsylvania Level I Certifi cation I. Instructional and Educational Specialist I (valid 6 years of service; nonrenewable) A. Hold a bachelor’s degree and complete an approved education preparation program in the area requested with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. B. Receive the recommendation of the preparing entity. C. Meet all Pennsylvania testing requirements. 1. All applicants must take the Pennsylvania tests required for certifi cation unless they hold National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certifi cation. 2

229 Pennsylvania Level I Certifi cation I. Instructional and Educational Specialist I (valid 6 years of service; nonrenewable) A. Hold a bachelor’s degree and complete an approved education preparation program in the area requested with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. B. Receive the recommendation of the preparing entity. C. Meet all Pennsylvania testing requirements. 1. All applicants must take the Pennsylvania tests required for certifi cation unless they hold National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certifi cation. 2

233 Pennsylvania Level I Certifi cation I. Instructional and Educational Specialist I (valid 6 years of service; nonrenewable) A. Hold a bachelor’s degree and complete an approved education preparation program in the area requested with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. B. Receive the recommendation of the preparing college/university. C. Meet all Pennsylvania testing requirements. 1. Applicant must register for the correct Pennsylvania required tests; consult the www.education.state.pa.us website for list of testing requirements by

224 Pennsylvania Level I Certifi cation I. Instructional and Educational Specialist I (valid 6 years of service; nonrenewable) A. Hold a bachelor’s degree and complete an approved education preparation program in the area requested with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. B. Receive the recommendation of the preparing college/university. C. Meet all Pennsylvania testing requirements. 1. Applicant must register for the correct Pennsylvania required tests; consult the www.education.state.pa.gov website for list of testing requirements by

226 Pennsylvania Effective September 1, 2012, candidates for Principal and Vocational Administrative Director cer- tifi cation will be required to successfully complete the School Leadership Licensure Assessment (SLLA) instead of the Educational Leadership test-0411. Starting in January 2013, a new test for a Superintendent Letter of Eligibility will be available, and candidates will be required to success- fully complete the School Superintendent Assessment (SSA). Level I Certifi cation I. Instructional and Educational Specialist I (valid 6 years of service

, “not a new Atlantis, but a new Pennsylvania.”1 Despite the great hopes it rep- resented, the Kuzbas colony is now forgotten (and Kennell too). Ruth Kennell and other American women fell hard for the utopian appeal of the Soviet experiment, which promised to re- define the terms of domesticity, work, motherhood, and intimate “A New Pennsylvania” Seeking Home in Siberia 3 130 / Chapter 3 relationships. This “practical” experiment was fueled by hope and desire as much as by machines and engineering. Fleeing the United States, Ameri- can women in Russia sought a new

267 Professional Ethics and the Pennsylvania State Capitol 10 In early 1897, while he was finishing work on Hull Court and the Yerkes Obser-vatory, Cobb did something rare in professional practice. While he kept his of-fice running full-time in the Title and Trust Building, he moved himself and his family to Washington, D.C., occupied an office suite in the Treasury Department for his work on the Federal Building, opened a separate office a short walk away on Connecticut Avenue to serve as the eastern branch of his private practice, and com- muted by train

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