Early Childhood Public School Teacher Licensure for the Fifty States and Washington, D.C.: An Inquiry to Ascertain Student Age Ranges for Public School Teacher Licensure May 2009
Arkansas, birth through kindergarten licensure, young children
There is a need for birth through kindergarten (B-K) public school licensure in the state of Arkansas. In Arkansas, licensure for teachers of young children is for pre-kindergarten through fourth grade (P-4). Teachers who receive P-4 licenses are often less prepared to work with children under age six than with older children. A more appropriate license would be a B-K license. A teacher with B-K licensure would be prepared to meet the emotional, social, physical, and cognitive needs of young children. This document is an inquiry to ascertain student age ranges for public school teacher licensure in the fifty states and Washington, D.C.
Jones, R. C., Martin, S., & Crandall, M. (2009). Early Childhood Public School Teacher Licensure for the Fifty States and Washington, D.C.: An Inquiry to Ascertain Student Age Ranges for Public School Teacher Licensure May 2009. Research Reports and Research Bulletins. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/aaesrb/13
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