A. Administrative Head.
(1) A school shall have an administrative head at the school who is responsible for the day to day administration of the school.
(2) An individual hired as the administrative head of a school on or after June 1, 2004 at a minimum shall meet the standards established in §B(2)(a) of this regulation.
(3) A school shall have a written position description that states the duties and responsibilities of the administrative head of the school.
(4) The administrative head of a school shall have sufficient time during each school day to carry out the duties and responsibilities stated in the written position description of the administrative head of the school.
(1) A school shall have a teacher to implement the educational program in each class.
(2) A teacher, regardless of whether the employment status of the teacher is full-time, part-time, paid, volunteer, or substitute, shall meet the requirements of this regulation.
(3) A teacher who provides instruction in English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and courses for which secondary school credit is granted, shall hold, at a minimum, one of the following credentials:
(a) A bachelor's degree from an IHE;
(b) 120 semester hours of college credit from an IHE; or
(c) A bachelor's degree equivalent as determined by an independent agency authorized to evaluate foreign credentials that is designated by the Department.
(4) An individual who provides assistance to a teacher in a class is not required to meet the requirement of §B(2) of this regulation.
C. Written Statement of Teacher Qualifications.
(1) A school shall maintain a written statement of the qualifications of each teacher who implements the educational program.
(2) A school shall give annually to the parents or legal guardians of prospective and enrolled students its written statement of the qualifications of each teacher who implements the educational program.