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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Title 8. Education
Agency 20. State Board Of Education
11/29/2021

Chapter 23. Licensure Regulations for School PersonnelRead Chapter

  • Part IV. Licensure Regulations Governing Early/Primary Education, Elementary Education, and Middle Education EndorsementsRead all
  • Section 120
    Early/primary education, elementary education, and middle education endorsements
    Section 130
    Professional studies requirements for early/primary education, elementary education, and middle education endorsements
    Section 140
    Early childhood for three-year-olds and four-year-olds (add-on endorsement)
    Section 150
    Early/primary education preK-3
    Section 160
    Elementary education preK-6
    Section 170
    Middle education 6-8
  • Part V. Licensure Regulations Governing PreK-12, Special Education, Secondary Grades 6-12, and Adult Education EndorsementsRead all
  • Section 180
    PreK-12, special education, secondary grades 6-12, and adult education endorsements
    Section 190
    Professional studies requirements for PreK-12, special education, secondary grades 6-12, and adult education endorsements
    Section 200
    Adult education
    Section 210
    Adult English as a second language (add-on endorsement)
    Section 220
    Career and technical education – agricultural education
    Section 230
    Career and technical education – business and information technology
    Section 240
    Career and technical education – family and consumer sciences
    Section 250
    Career and technical education – health and medical sciences
    Section 260
    Career and technical education – marketing education
    Section 270
    Career and technical education – technology education
    Section 280
    Career and technical education – trade and industrial education
    Section 290
    Career and technical education – transition and special needs (add-on endorsement)
    Section 300
    Computer science
    Section 310
    Dance arts preK-12
    Section 320
    Driver education (add-on endorsement)
    Section 330
    Engineering
    Section 340
    English
    Section 350
    English as a second language preK-12
    Section 360
    Foreign language preK-12
    Section 370
    Gifted education (add-on endorsement)
    Section 380
    Health and physical education preK-12
    Section 390
    History and social sciences
    Section 400
    Journalism (add-on endorsement)
    Section 410
    Keyboarding (add-on endorsement)
    Section 420
    Library media preK-12
    Section 430
    Mathematics
    Section 440
    Mathematics – algebra I (add-on endorsement)
    Section 450
    Music education – instrumental preK-12
    Section 460
    Music education – vocal/choral preK-12
    Section 470
    Science – biology
    Section 480
    Science – chemistry
    Section 490
    Science – Earth science
    Section 500
    Science – physics
    Section 510
    Special education – adapted curriculum K-12
    Section 520
    Special education blindness and visual impairments preK-12
    Section 530
    Special education deaf and hard of hearing preK-12
    Section 540
    Special education early childhood (birth-age five years)
    Section 550
    Special education – general curriculum K-12
    Section 560
    Special education – general curriculum K-6 (add-on endorsement)
    Section 570
    Special education – general curriculum middle grades 6-8 (add-on endorsement)
    Section 580
    Special education – general curriculum secondary grades 6-12 (add-on endorsement)
    Section 590
    Speech communication (add-on endorsement)
    Section 600
    Theatre arts preK-12
    Section 610
    Visual arts preK-12

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