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Nearly 20 Percent of LA Unified Teachers Not Fully Credentialed in 2020–21 School Year: State Report

By Micaela Ricaforte

Nearly one in five classrooms in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) were taught by teachers without full credentials during the 2020–21 school year, according to a June 30 report by the California Department of Education.

While 83 percent of LAUSD teachers are considered “clear,” or fully credentialed to teach in their assigned classrooms, more than 15 percent are considered “ineffective,” “incomplete,” or “out-of-field,” according to the report.

The 4.4 percent of “ineffective” teachers are those who hold an emergency teaching permit that waived the full credential requirement, teach outside of their credentialed area without temporary state authorization to do so, or possess no credential to teach at all…

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