layton high LEA Specific Licenses 2022-2023
This school employs individuals holding educator licenses in the following percentages:
- Professional (Percentage of Educators Fully Qualified) - 85.9%
- Associate (Percentages of Educators Partially Qualified) - 6.7%
- LEA Specific (Percentage of Educators not Qualified) - 7.4%
- FTE - 97.8825
Date - March 4, 2022. Changes in CACTUS after this date are not included.
Percentage of Educators Fully Qualified (Professional) - Percentage of the FTE that is fully qualified for their assignment. Fully qualified means the educator has a current professional license and professional license areas and endorsements for their assignments.
Percentages of Educators Partially Qualified (Associate) - Percentage of FTE that is partially qualified for their assignment. Partially Qualified means the educator has an associate license/license area or endorsement in their assignment. This includes professionally licensed educators who have received associate level license area/endorsements.
Percentage of Educators not Qualified (LEA Specific) - Percentage of FTE that is not qualified for their assignment. This includes educators without a current license, educators teaching on an LEA specific or a professional or associate educator teaching outside their area. All LEA specific licenses fall into this category.
FTE - Total Full time Equivalency (FTE) assigned to each school or to the LEA as of date of the data being pulled
If you are searching for an educator's licensing information in Utah, please refer to the Utah State Board of Education Educator Look-up Tool(External Web Content) and type in the first and last name of the educator. School information is not required.
Davis School District Policy 2HR-001 5.4 states:
5.4.1. Those applying for a teaching position in Davis School District shall:
[a] show evidence they will possess a professional license applicable to the position by the effective date of their assignment; or
[b] otherwise meet the eligibility requirements for a temporary teaching credential established by the Utah State Board of Education (USBE).
5.4.2. Candidates without appropriate teaching credentials may be offered employment contingent upon being approved for a LEA-specific license. Recommendations for a LEA-specific license may be based on:
[a] limited availability of qualified candidates;
[b] completion of formal education and/or earned professional credential related to the teaching assignment; and
[c] practical career experience.
5.4.3. Educators employed with a LEA-specific license shall receive educator training and support in accordance with training requirements outlined in Utah Administrative Rule R277-301; and in alignment with the Utah Effective Teaching Standards described in Utah Administrative Rule R277-530.
5.4.4. LEA-specific licenses, including LEA-specific endorsements, issued upon recommendation of the District will be subject to compliance with all requirements of Utah Administrative Rule R277-301.