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For example, a third-grade teacher might switch to ﬁfth grade, or a teacher of senior English might teach sophomores. The idea seems to work best when it originates with the teacher or at least is implemented with his or her concurrence. Other Approaches Among other efforts to break with tradition and seek more effective ways to teach are career ladder programs and use of lead teachers. Career ladder programs are arrangements that allow paraprofessional personnel (teacher assistants, teacher aides, and the like) to step gradually into the role of licensed teacher, as one might do in a work-study program.
7 million teachers. 5 million students, except for grades 11 and 12, which enroll about 3 million each. 4 million children in preschool and kindergarten. More than 5 million students (newborn to twenty-one years of age) are served by programs for youngsters with disabilities, funded by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Chapter 1 of the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act. 4 million additional teachers in the next decade. However, demand will differ by state and region.
Uing education, three or more years of experience, and a performance assessment. Some states require teachers to extend or renew the standard license periodically, usually by completing a certain number of graduate credit hours or professional development units every year. In some states, licenses are generic for teaching but endorsed for a certain level (such as elementary or secondary school), subject (such as English or mathematics), or special area (such as home economics, industrial arts, or special education).