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Inland Lakes Schools wrote:
> What do you think when an elem. teacher (who is not certified in ART per se)
> replaces a certified art teacher in order to get the "state of the art" elem.
> art room I'd been waiting for 8 years to get? I was moved to Middle School to
> a cart.
> Is this legal?
> ann c.
> Artemis420 wrote:
> > In a message dated 11/2/99 2:44:19 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> > dbalsley writes:
> > << Out of curiosity, with all the banter about being a certified art
> > teacher,
> > etc., a classroom teacher could teach art if the person is a little
> > "arty" is
> > some districts. Is it possible, then, for a certified k-12 art teacher to
> > teach as a regular classroom teacher? It seems that the rule should be a
> > two
> > way street. >>
> > Well it is where the teacher has both a regular teaching credential and an
> > art teaching credential, as we have to in my district.
> > Artie