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Can someone please tell me about the tier system in New
Mexico? Who determines the tier level(1, 2) at which you are
hired? - the state's licensure department, or the local
public school district? Also WHAT exactly determines the
tier? - years taught?, university credits?, special
cetifications? non-university training hours? Is the tier
process objective? subjective?

I have received a different answer from each person in the
licensure office. Thank you very much for your help. I have
BCLAD credential (license) from California and have applied
for a New Mexico licence. Thank you very much.
rw /blockquote>

I *think* it is linked to the level of license. So if you
get a level 1 license you should be tier 1 and if you get a
level 2 license you should be tier 2.

BTW, yes, you will always get 100 different stories from 100
different people...if you can ever actually get anyone on
the phone (which will ta...See More
Mar 21, 2007
Montserrat /blockquote>

On 3/21/07, rw wrote:
> I *think* it is linked to the level of license. So if you
> get a level 1 license you should be tier 1 and if you get a
> level 2 license you should be tier 2.
>
> BTW, yes, you will always get 100 different stories from 100
> different people...if you can ev...See More
Mar 21, 2007
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