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San Juan College High School

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Educator Quality

This page includes information about New Mexico's educators, including their experience, certification status and licensure levels.

Teacher experience

What does this mean?

This includes the percentage of teachers at this school/district by years of experience.

How was this calculated?

This calculation divides the number of teachers with a specific category of experience at a school/district by all of the teachers at that school/district.

Teacher and student diversity

What does this mean?

This measures the racial and ethnic diversity of the educator workforce.

How was this calculated?

This calculation divides the number of each racial/ethnic category represented at a school by all of the teachers at that school.

Teacher Certification

What does this mean?

This reports the percentage of teachers at this school who are certified.

How was this calculated?

These figures represent the count of certified teachers divided by all teachers at this school.

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Teacher certification types

What does this mean?

This reports the proportional representation of Traditional and Alternate Teacher Certifications at this school.

How was this calculated?

These figures represent the count of Traditional and Alternate Teacher Certifications divided by all Certifications at this school.

 

Teacher attendance over time

  • Teacher Attendance

Teacher In-Field Credentials

What does this mean?

Teacher In-Field Credentials measures the percent of teachers who have a professional credential in the subject they are teaching.

How was this calculated?

These figures represent the count of Teachers with In-Field Certifications divided by all Teachers at this school.

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Teacher Licensure Levels

What does this mean?

New Mexico uses a tiered licensing structure for educators. Newly-licensed teachers begin as Level I Provisional Teachers. New teachers must complete a Professional Development Plan (PDP) developed with the school principal. Completion of the PDP, a mentoring program, and at least three years of experience with ratings of “Effective” or above with the approval of their school district to advance to the next level is required to move up to Level II Professional licensure. Candidates may pursue the highest level of licensure, Level III, by completing a master’s degree and three years of teaching with “Effective” ratings or better at Level II.

How was this calculated?

This includes the percentage of teachers at this school or district that are licensed in each tier.