Wednesday, February 08, 2012

“Fingerprint Clearance Card" required for students taking in-person practicum required WITHIN online program

Navy Investigator...shows children how to dust for fingerprints
"If learners intend to work in the education field (public or charter) and are required to obtain a Fingerprint Clearance Card or if they will complete student teaching or provide tutoring, they will need to obtain an 'Identity Verified Print' (IVP) Fingerprint Clearance Card, not the regular fingerprint clearance card."  

"Q: For what purpose are fingerprints used?
A: Fingerprints will be used to obtain both a state and federal criminal records check.
"Q: Where can I find out what would preclude me from obtaining a clearance card?
A: Precluding offenses for a level one fingerprint clearance card can be found in A.R.S. 41-1758.07, subsection B and C, link below. Precluding offenses for the regular fingerprint clearance card can be found in A.R.S. 41-1758.03, links as follows. A.R.S. 41-1758.03 A.R.S. 41-1758.07"
- Above excerpts copied from
"Fingerprint Clearance FAQs | College of Education | Grand Canyon University
Under College of Education/Program Essentials/Online Learning: "GCU offers a variety bachelor's and master's degree programs in education, as well as continuing education courses for teachers."

IMAGE selected by Steve Gilbert 20120208
Photo of "NAPLES, Italy (July 7, 2011) U.S. Navy Investigator Travis Bachorski, assigned to Naval Support Activity Naples Criminal Investigations Division, shows children how to dust for fingerprints. The demonstration was part of a summer enrichment program for children in grades K-7. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Felicito Rustique/Released)"
"This Image was released by the United States Navy with the ID 110707-N-IZ292-035 (next).

No comments:

Post a Comment

What do you think?