Senate Bill 69 (2010)

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Senate Bill 69 (or BR 342 2010) was introduced on January 6, 2010 by Senator Ken Winters to the 2010 General Assembly.

It is an act relating to incentives for teachers and making an appropriation therefor.

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BR 342 proposes to create a new section of KRS Chapter 157 to require local school districts, under certain conditions, to provide a salary supplement, beginning in the 2010-2011 school year and thereafter to teachers of chemistry, physics, or mathematics and to teachers of chemistry, physics, or mathematics employed in schools with a high concentration of students eligible for free or reduced lunch; require the Education Professional Standards Board to promulgate administrative regulations; establish that the monetary awards for teachers shall not be used in the calculation for contributions for KTRS; amend KRS 164.757 to include elementary teachers enrolled in postsecondary education mathematics classes as eligible recipients of the teacher certification loan fund; require the Education Professional Standards Board to establish an accelerated certification program for certified teachers to obtain additional certification in physics, chemistry, or mathematics; and allow teachers enrolled in accelerated certification program to be exempt from repayment of loans.[1]

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  1. BR 342 on lrc.ky.gov
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