TEACHERS: Are you taking over a program with CASE curriculum?
ADMINISTRATORS: Did your CASE certified teacher leave your program?
The Transition Policy can help bridge the gap between changes to your CASE program.
CASE certification is the intellectual property of the teacher who completes the professional development. CASE certification stays with a teacher throughout their career regardless of their place of employment.
When a CASE certified teacher leaves a school that is utilizing CASE curriculum, the incoming teacher can apply for a ONE instructional year probationary period to use the curriculum without being certified, with the expectation that the incoming teacher commit to training in the following summer.
A school district may continue to use CASE curriculum for the courses in which the former teacher was certified for a period of ONE instructional year with the following requirements:
Pre-pay $830 certification fee for the incoming teacher. This fee will be reduced from the final cost of training the following summer.