Parents' Right to Know
Moore Public Schools
Parents’ Right to Know Policy
At the beginning of each school year, a student’s parents/guardians may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their student’s teachers. Specifically, the parent has the right-to-know:
- whether a teacher has met state qualifications for license and certification,
- whether the teacher is teaching under an emergency or provisional certificate, and
- the baccalaureate and graduate degree majors of the teacher(s)
Additionally, parents may request information concerning whether the student will be provided assistance from paraprofessionals and, if so, the qualifications of the paraprofessional.
Timely notification also is required if a student receives instruction from an unqualified teacher for four or more consecutive weeks.