The Illinois State Board of Education has created the Teacher Assignability Tool – an interactive tool that can be used by district and school administrators, regional offices of education/intermediate service centers, and educators to determine what credentials an individual must hold for a particular assignment. Users will start by indicating if the assignment in question is for a teacher or a substitute teacher. Users will then be led through a wizard of questions before arriving at a final screen listing the qualifications the educator must meet to teach the position in question. After viewing the
required qualifications, users can click on each credential to see requirements that must be met to earn it, and click “View Teacher Credentials in ELIS” to see where these credentials will be listed in a teacher’s ELIS account.
In what role will this individual be teaching?
For how many consecutive days will the individual be subbing?
Will the individual be subbing in a career and technical education classroom?
In what grade span will this teacher be teaching?
What subject will this educator be teaching?
Will the teacher be teaching this subject for more time than any other subject?
Does the teacher hold a 5-8 or 6-8 endorsement for the subject that he/she is teaching more than any other subject?
When was the current 5-8 or 6-8 endorsement issued?
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