STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

120 State Street

Montpelier, VT  05620-2501

 

Title I (1111)(h) of NCLB (No Child Left Behind) requires LEAs (Local Educational Agency) to publicly report the percentage of core academic classes* NOT taught by highly qualified teachers, the percentage of teachers teaching on emergency credential by LEA and school, and the professional qualifications of their teachers.  The following is the percentage of core academic classes  NOT taught by highly qualified teachers and the percentage of teachers teaching on emergency credentials for Franklin Elementary School:  LEAs are responsible for determining a measure for the professional qualifications of their their teachers.

For the 2012-13 School Year The Dept. of Education Reports the following:

       

LEA

SCHOOL NAME

Classes taught by NOT

HQ teacher/total classes

Percentage of core

academic classes NOT

taught by highly qualified

Franklin

 

Franklin Central School

0 /  10

0.00%

       

LEA

School Name

# of Emergency

credentialed

teachers/total teachers

Percentage of teachers teaching

with emergency credentials

Franklin

Franklin Central School

0 /  13

 

0.00%

       
*Core academic subjects are:  English language arts (including ESL), Math, Science, Social Studies, Reading, Foreign Languages, Art, Music, and the generalist endorsement areas of elementary education and early childhood education (grades K-3 only).  In addition, alternative program and special education primary instruction assignments in math, science, social studies and/or ELA/reading are also considered "core" areas.
100% of our core academic subjects were taught by highly qualified teachers and we had no teachers teaching on emergency credentials.  If you have any questions, please call Joyce Hakey at 285-2100.
Immunization rates for each school are available at www.healthvermont.gov/he/imm/immsurv.aspx

updated on January 1, 2014