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S. 538: A bill to repeal portions of a regulation issued by the State Superintendent of Education of the District of Columbia that require child care workers to have a degree, a certificate, or a minimum number of credit hours from an institution of higher education.


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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress, and was published on Mar 2, 2021.


This bill invalidates certain provisions of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations as added by the final rulemaking of the State Superintendent of Education of the District of Columbia issued on December 7, 2016, that require a staff member of a child development facility to have a degree, a certificate, or a minimum number of credit hours from an institution of higher education. The requirements of this rulemaking apply to personnel including

child development center directors, teachers, and assistant teachers; expanded child development home caregivers; and out-of-school time program directors and group leaders.