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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.
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  • gigi carlson /blockquote> An Invitation for K-12 Teachers to One-Day “Learning with Digital Media” Workshops” (9AM-5PM, Each day course at $150)June 11-13: How to Create Video production of a classroom lesson for Three-Tier Portfolios Each teacher-part...See More
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  • 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 ge...See More
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  • 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 peop...See More
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