Parents' Right-to-Know
Parents have the right to know:
 · Whether the teacher has met state qualifications and has a license for the grade level and the subject area he or she teaches
 · Whether the teacher has an emergency or provisional license
 · What degrees the teacher holds and the field of discipline of his or her certification or degree
 · Whether the child is being taught by paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications

If a student in a Title I school is taught by a teacher who is not highly qualified for more than four consecutive weeks, the parents of the students of the teacher are to be notified in writing of the situation.

Each year, principals will verify the status of each of their teachers and provide notice to parents when necessary.