In a traditional pathway, a teacher who has completed four semesters of successful induction coursework, who has attended the required weekly meetings, monthly PLC meetings, and professional development, who has demonstrated growth toward mastery of the six California Standards for the Teaching Profession is considered to have completed their program requirements and is then recommended for a professional clear credential by the program’s authorized submitter, Rebecca Mieliwocki. The CTC returns an email receipt saying they are aware of the recommendation and which details the next steps for the teacher. Our authorized submitter forwards that email to the new teacher to complete the steps, pay their fees, and be approved. The same process occurs for early completers after three successful semesters of induction program meetings and coursework. If at any point in the progression, concerns arise about 1) the quality of the mentee’s work, 2) the commitment to the spirit and/or requirements of the work, or 3) the effectiveness of the mentor/mentee match, program coordinators intervene to counsel new teachers and/or supervise revision rounds on ILP work until the candidate is successfully back on track.