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233 South Carolina Note on “Highly Qualifi ed” Requirement 1. Teachers of core academic subjects must not only be properly certifi ed, but must also meet the “highly qualifi ed” teacher requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (Pub. L. No. 107-110), which requires public school elementary and secondary teachers to meet their state’s defi nition of highly qualifi ed teacher for each core academic subject they teach. 2. According to No Child Left Behind, these subjects are English, reading or language arts, math, science, history, civics

243 South Carolina Note on “Highly Qualifi ed” Requirement 1. Teachers of core academic subjects must not only be properly certifi ed, but must also meet the “highly qualifi ed” teacher requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (Pub. L. No. 107-110), which requires public school elementary and secondary teachers to meet their state’s defi nition of highly qualifi ed teacher for each core academic subject they teach. 2. According to No Child Left Behind, these subjects are English, reading or language arts, math, science, history, civics

243 South Carolina Steps to Certifi cation To access step- by- step instructions for required materials, specifi c forms, and information on how to submit them for each of the categories below, consult https:// ed .sc .gov/ educators/ certifi cation /. I. Uncertifi ed Applicants. For those who have completed an approved teacher- education program but have not yet been certifi ed: A. Submit an offi cial transcript from each college or university attended, as well as a college recommendation form signed by designated college offi cial; and B. Submit the

238 South Carolina Note on “Highly Qualifi ed” Requirement 1. Teachers of core academic subjects must not only be properly certifi ed, but must also meet the “highly qualifi ed” teacher requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (Pub. L. No. 107-110), which requires public school elementary and secondary teachers to meet their state’s defi nition of highly qualifi ed teacher for each core academic subject they teach. 2. According to No Child Left Behind, these subjects are English, reading or language arts, math, science, history, civics

238 South Carolina Steps to Certifi cation To access step-by-step instructions for required materials, specifi c forms and how to submit them for each of the categories below, consult ed.sc.gov/educators/certifi cation I. Uncertifi ed Applicants. For those who have completed an approved teacher-education program but have not yet been certifi ed A. Submit an offi cial transcript from each college or university attended, as well as a college recommendation form signed by designated college offi cial. B. Submit passing scores for the required Praxis II specialty

242 South Carolina Steps to Certifi cation To access step- by- step instructions for required materials, specifi c forms, and information on how to submit them for each of the categories below, consult ed.sc.gov/educators/certifi cation. I. Uncertifi ed Applicants. For those who have completed an approved teacher- education program but have not yet been certifi ed: A. Submit an offi cial transcript from each college or university attended, as well as a college recommendation form signed by designated college offi cial; and B. Submit passing scores for the

2 South Carolina, Arkansas, and Liberia What do South Carolina, Arkansas, and Liberia have in common? A historical connection with slavery. South Carolina, as we have seen, uncorked the great battle over anti-slavery petitions in Congress; it was also the incubator of a contemporaneous confrontation over the transmission of abolitionist materials by post. Arkansas was the subject of resurgent joust- ing over the admission of new slave states; Liberia was the poster-child destination of con- troversial schemes for the transplantation of former slaves

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