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Oregon Bulletin

April 1, 2011

 

Teacher Standards and Practices Commission
Chapter 584

Rule Caption: Adopts world language endorsement standards; amends requirements regarding civil rights, address changes, and transitional licenses.

Adm. Order No.: TSPC 3-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 3-15-2011

Certified to be Effective: 3-15-11

Notice Publication Date: 12-1-2010

Rules Adopted: 584-065-0125

Rules Amended: 584-021-0120, 584-036-0105, 584-060-0014, 584-060-0181, 584-060-0220, 584-070-0111, 584-080-0151, 584-080-0152

Subject: ADOPT:

      584-065-0125: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities for World
Language Endorsements
— Adopts new program standards for World Language endorsements.

      AMEND:

      584-021-0120: Requirements for Applying for Initial School Nurse Certification — Updates language to require the civil rights and professional ethics test. Amends language dealing with criminal background check to ensure consistency with other rules.

      584-036-0105: Addresses and Uses of Addresses — Amends acceptable methods for reporting address changes to also allow notification by website or email. Adds that submission of social security number is voluntary.

      584-060-0014: Initial Teaching License for Out-of-State Candidate First Application — Clarifies that this license only applies to educators who have not completed an Oregon prep program or have not previously held an Oregon license or registration. This prevents provisional licensees from obtaining an additional 18 to complete Oregon’s requirements. Also eliminates redundant language already contained in other rules.

      584-060-0181: Substitute Teaching License — Requires that an educator from another state must hold a full license in order to obtain an Oregon Substitute Teaching License.

      584-060-0220: International Visiting Teacher License — Allows International Visiting Teachers additional time to complete the civil rights and professional ethics test, as with the out-of-state applicants.

      584-070-0111: Transitional School Counselor License — Prevents Oregon educators completing out-of-state online programs from obtaining additional time to complete full licensure requirements.

      584-080-0151: Transitional Administrator License — Prevents Oregon educators completing out-of-state online programs from obtaining additional time to complete full licensure requirements.

      584-080-0152: Transitional Superintendent License — Prevents Oregon educators completing out-of-state online programs from obtaining additional time to complete full licensure requirements.

Rules Coordinator: Lynn Beaton—(503) 373-0981

584-021-0120

Requirements for Applying for Initial School Nurse Certification

(1) An applicant for the first Oregon School Nurse Certificate must:

(a) Supply all information requested on the application, Form N-1, and sign in the space provided attesting that the information is true and correct;

(b) Provide official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. Transcripts must bear the seal of the institution and the signature of the registrar;

(c) Submit a current registered nurse license issued by the Oregon State Board of Nursing. A photocopy is acceptable;

(d) Obtain a passing score on a commission adopted test of knowledge of U.S. and Oregon civil rights and professional ethics;

(e) Furnish fingerprints in the manner prescribed by the commission and provide satisfactory responses to the character questions contained in the commission’s licensure application. (See also, OAR 584-036-0062 for Criminal Records Check Requirement.)

(f) Submit the evaluation fee(s) as established by OAR 584-021-0170; and

(g) Submit the employing school district’s request for certification, and an explanation of why the joint application is being made, if the application is for the Emergency School Nurse Certificate.

(2) A registered nurse who applies for certification and who is employed by a school, school district or education service district to conduct and coordinate a school or district health services program or who serves in such a capacity on a voluntary basis on November 1, 1981 will be issued a certificate under this subsection without further proof of qualification by the applicant.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.553

Hist.: TS 4-1982, f. & ef. 7-22-82; TS 7-1982(Temp), f. & ef. 12-9-82; TS 1-1983, f. & ef. 2-9-83; TS 7-1986, f. 10-15-86, ef. 1-15-87; TS 1-1988, f. 1-14-88, cert. ef. 1-15-88; TS 1-1992, f. & cert. ef. 1-15-92; TS 5-1993, f. & cert. ef. 10-7-93; TSPC 5-2007, f. & cert. ef. 8-15-07; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-036-0105

Addresses and Uses of Addresses

(1) A license, registration or certificate holder must report changes of residential and email addresses to the Commission within 90 days of such change.

(2) Changes of address may be made by web account, email, telephone, in writing, or in person. Changes of address must include the educator’s name, TSPC account number, and the old and new addresses the educator is changing. The educator may voluntarily submit the educator’s social security number for additional address change identification purposes.

(3) All licenses, registrations, certificates, correspondence or notices sent by the Commission will be sent to the last known residential address on file for the educator.

(4) The Commission is not responsible if the educator has moved and has failed to notify the Commission of any new address and that failure to notify resulted in the educator’s failure to receive important licensure, registration, certification or discipline-related information.

(5) Verification of change in employment must be accompanied by any documentation from the new employer including but not limited to: a PEER form, or notification on district letterhead from a human resources representative.

(6) The Commission may send notice for opportunity for a hearing pursuant to ORS 342.175 (notice of charges related to discipline) or 183.430 (notice of denial of renewal) to an educator at the address the educator provides in writing to the Commission. The Commission may complete service of notice under ORS 342.143(4), 342.176(5) or 183.430, by mailing the notice through certified mail addressed to the educator’s address on file with the Commission and such mailing will be deemed conclusive evidence of service.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.553

Hist.: TSPC 4-1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-5-98; TSPC 13-2006, f. & cert. ef. 11-22-06; Renumbered from 584-050-0042, TSPC 2-2009, f. & cert. ef. 3-12-09; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-060-0014

Initial Teaching License for Out-of-State Candidate First Application

(1) Upon filing a correct and complete application in form and manner prescribed by the commission, a qualified applicant who is applying for licensure in Oregon for the first time and has completed an out-of-state approved teacher-education program resulting in a non-provisional teaching license may be granted an Initial Teaching License for eighteen (18) months.

(2) The Initial Teaching License is valid for teaching at the grade authorization levels indicated on the out-of-state non-provisional teaching license and in one or more designated subject-matter endorsement areas indicated on the out-of-state non-provisional teaching license. The Initial Teaching License is also valid for substitute teaching at any level in any teaching subject-matter endorsement area. (See, OAR 584-060-0051 for Grade Authorization Levels on Teaching Licenses.)

(3) To be eligible for an Initial Teaching License, an out-of-state applicant must:

(a) Have never held an Oregon educator license, charter school registration, or completed an Oregon educator preparation program;

(b) Possess the personal qualifications for licensure including attainment of at least eighteen years of age and possess good moral character and mental and physical health necessary for employment as an educator;

(c) Hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally-accredited institution in the United States, or the foreign equivalent of such degree approved by the commission. A master’s degree or a doctoral degree from a regionally accredited institution in the United States validates a non-regionally accredited bachelor’s degree for licensure;

(d) Complete an initial teacher education program approved by any U.S. jurisdiction other than Oregon, or complete a foreign program evaluated as satisfactory by the Commission as evidenced by a license valid for unrestricted full-time teaching from another state or National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) jurisdiction, including but not limited to the U.S. Department of Defense; and

(e) Furnish fingerprints in the manner prescribed by the commission and provide satisfactory responses to the character questions contained in the commission’s licensure application. (See also, OAR 584-036-0062 for Criminal Records Check Requirement.)

(4) Upon expiration of the Initial Teaching License the applicant must qualify for a non-provisional Oregon Teaching License and must apply for any of the following:

(a) An Initial I Teaching License: Qualified applicants will be issued an Initial I Teaching License for 18 months plus time to the applicant’s next birthday. The fee for the Initial I granted pursuant to this rule is $50.

(b) An Initial II Teaching License: Qualified applicants will be issued an Initial II Teaching License for three years plus time to the applicant’s next birthday. The fee for the Initial II Teaching License is $100.

(c) A Continuing Teaching License: Qualified applicants will be issued a Continuing Teaching License for five years plus time to the applicant’s next birthday. The fee for the Continuing Teaching License is $100.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.553

Hist.: TSPC 1-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 3-30-07 thru 9-26-07; TSPC 5-2007, f. & cert. ef. 8-15-07; TSPC 2-2008, f. & cert. ef. 4-15-08; TSPC 7-2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-20-08; TSPC 3-2009(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 5-15-09 thru 11-11-09; TSPC 5-2009, f. & cert. ef. 10-5-09; TSPC 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-28-10; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-060-0181

Substitute Teaching License

(1) Upon filing a correct and complete application in form and manner prescribed by the commission, a qualified applicant may be granted a Substitute Teaching License. This license, issued for three years and renewable, is valid at any level in any specialty to substitute for a teacher who is temporarily unable to work.

(2) To be eligible for a Substitute Teaching License, the applicant must:

(a) Hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally-accredited institution in the United States, or the foreign equivalent of such degree approved by the commission. A master’s degree or a doctoral degree from a regionally-accredited institution in the United States validates a non-regionally accredited bachelor’s degree for licensure.

(b) Notwithstanding OAR 584-017-0201, hold an unrestricted license for full-time teaching in any state;

(c) Obtain a passing score on a commission-adopted test of knowledge of U.S. and Oregon civil rights and professional ethics;

(d) Furnish fingerprints in the manner prescribed by the commission if the applicant has not been fingerprinted or has not held an active license issued by the commission in the past three years; and

(3) The holder of a Substitute Teaching License may not continuously replace an individual teacher absent for more than three consecutive months without obtaining a full-time license.

(4) To be eligible for renewal of the Substitute Teaching License an applicant must show evidence of having obtained a passing score as currently specified by the commission on a test of basic verbal and computational skills, unless the applicant held an Oregon educator license before 1985 or has a regionally-accredited master’s degree;

(5) A district and co-applicant educator may apply for an Emergency Teaching License for the holder of a Substitute Teaching License if the district is unable to obtain a regularly-licensed teacher for any position lasting more than three consecutive months. The Emergency Teaching License will allow the educator to teach for time beyond the allowed timelines stated in subsection (3) above. The Executive Director may approve the Emergency Teaching License upon proof of the district’s emergency.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.533

Hist.: TSPC 3-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-15-99; TSPC 9-1999, f. & cert. ef. 11-22-99; TSPC 5-2004, f. & cert. ef. 8-25-04; TSPC 7-2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-20-08; TSPC 2-2009, f. & cert. ef. 3-12-09; TSPC 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-09; TSPC 5-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-13-10 thru 12-31-10; TSPC 9-2010, f. 12-15-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-060-0220

International Visiting Teacher License

(1) Upon filing a correct and complete application in form and manner prescribed by the commission, a qualified and eligible applicant may be granted an International Visiting Teacher License. The intent of this license is to provide up to a three-year cultural exchange of teachers and teaching strategies between Oregon and a participating country other than the United States.

(2) This license is issued for one year and is renewable up to two times.

(3) This license is valid for substitute teaching only at the grade authorization levels and subject-matter endorsement areas listed on the license.

(4) The International Visiting Teacher License is restricted to use within the district that has applied for it jointly with the teacher and is valid for teaching with the requesting employer only at the designated grade authorization levels and subject-matter endorsement areas requested by the employer and listed on the license. If the license is endorsed in a core academic area, the licensee may be considered to be “highly qualified” pursuant to federal law.

(5) To be eligible for the International Visiting Teacher License, the applicant must co-apply with the requesting district and submit the following materials as part of the application packet:

(a) A letter from the co-applying district specifying the grade levels and subject-matter endorsement areas in which the district would like the applicant to teach and a brief description of the plan for supervision and mentoring the district has in place including the name of the mentor assigned to the applicant once licensed;

(b) Transcript evaluation or some other convincing evidence that the applicant holds the equivalent of a U.S. baccalaureate or higher degree and proof that the applicant has completed a professional teacher preparation program in their country. The transcript and other evidence submitted will be evaluated for subject-matter competency in the subject-area in which the license is being requested;

(c) A copy of all professional teaching credentials held by the applicant;

(d)(A) Evidence that the applicant has completed the equivalent of three full years, (not less than 27 months) of teaching experience; or

(B) Proof of participation in the Cultural Exchange Program in a J-1 Visa status monitored by the Oregon Department of Education. Proof of participation must include verification from the Oregon Department of Education; and

(e) Furnish fingerprints in the manner prescribed by the commission and provide satisfactory responses to the character questions contained in the commission’s licensure application. (See also, OAR 584-036-0062 for Criminal Records Check Requirement.)

(6) To be eligible for a one-year renewal of the International Visiting Teaching License, an applicant must:

(a) Submit an application packet for renewal;

(b) A PEER form verifying the applicant’s assignment;

(c) A passing score on a commission-adopted test of knowledge of U.S. and Oregon civil rights laws and professional ethics; and

(d) Submit a letter from the co-applying school district attesting to the following:

(A) That the teacher’s assignment will remain within the scope of grades and subjects on the license;

(B) The plan for supervision and mentoring remains in place and update the name of the mentor if appropriate.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.533

Hist.: TSPC 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-09; TSPC 5-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-13-10 thru 12-31-10; TSPC 8-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-4-10 thru 12-31-10; TSPC 10-2010, f. 12-30-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-065-0125

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities for World Language Endorsements

(1) Demonstrating Content Knowledge: Candidates are required to demonstrate content knowledge in one of the following ways:

(a) Passage of the Commission-approved test of world language content knowledge; or

(b) Completion of at least 45 quarter or 30 semester hours of college-level coursework in the world language subject area in language areas where the Commission has not approved a content-specific world language licensure test.

(2) Field Experience: Candidates must complete the following practicum experiences:

(a) Field experiences prior to student teaching that include experiences in world language classrooms;

(b) Field experiences, including student teaching, that are supervised by a qualified world language educator who is knowledgeable about current instructional approaches and issues in the field of world language education; and

(c) Opportunities for candidates to participate in a structured study abroad program or intensive immersion experience in a target language community.

(3) Methods requirements: Candidates must complete a methods course that deals specifically with the teaching of world languages, and that is taught by a qualified faculty member whose expertise is world language education and who is knowledgeable about current instructional approaches and issues.

(4) Technology Requirements: Candidates must demonstrate competence in technology-enhanced instruction and the use of technology in their own teaching.

(5) Language, Linguistics Comparison: Candidates must:

(a) Demonstrate a high level of proficiency in the target language, and seek opportunities to strengthen their proficiency;

(b) Know the linguistic elements of the target language system, recognize the changing nature of language, and accommodate for gaps in their own knowledge of the target language system by learning on their own; and

(c) Know the similarities and differences between the target language and other languages, identify the key differences in varieties of the target language, and seek opportunities to learn about varieties of the target language on their own.

(6) Cultures, Literatures, Cross-Disciplinary Concepts: Candidates must:

(a) Demonstrate that they understand the connections among the perspectives of a culture and its practices and products, and integrate the cultural framework for world language standards into their instructional practices;

(b) Recognize the value and role of literary and cultural texts and use them to interpret and reflect upon the perspectives of the target cultures over time; and

(c) Integrate knowledge of other disciplines into world language instruction and identify distinctive viewpoints accessible only through the target language.

(7) Language Acquisition Theories and Instructional Practices: Candidates must:

(a) Demonstrate an understanding of language acquisition at various developmental levels and use this knowledge to create a supportive classroom learning environment that includes target language input and opportunities for negotiation of meaning and meaningful interaction; and

(b) Develop a variety of instructional practices that reflect language outcomes and articulated program models and address the needs of diverse language learners.

(8) Integration of Standards into Curriculum and Instruction: Candidates must:

(a) Demonstrate an understanding of the goal areas and standards of the Standards for World Language Learning and their state standards, and integrate these frameworks into curricular planning.

(b) Integrate the Standards for World Language Learning and their state standards into language instruction.

(c) Use standards and curricular goals to evaluate, select, design, and adapt instructional resources.

(9) Assessment of Languages and Cultures: Candidates must:

(a) Believe that assessment is ongoing, and demonstrate knowledge of multiple ways of assessment that are age- and level-appropriate by implementing purposeful measures;

(b) Reflect on the results of student assessments, adjust instruction accordingly, analyze the results of assessments, and use success and failure to determine the direction of instruction; and

(c) Interpret and report the results of student performances to all stakeholders and provide opportunity for discussion.

(10) Professionalism: Candidates must:

(a) Engage in professional development opportunities that strengthen their own linguistic and cultural competence and promote reflection on practice; and

(b) Know the value of world language learning to the overall success of all students and understand that they will need to become advocates with students, colleagues, and members of the community to promote the field.

(11) This endorsement is valid to teach the following designated world languages at the grade levels authorized on the license. Other language endorsement areas may be allowed upon approval of the addition of the language by any Commission-approved teaching program.

(a) Chinese;

(b) French;

(c) German;

(d) Japanese;

(e) Latin;

(f) Russian; and

(g) Spanish.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.553

Hist.: TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-070-0111

Transitional School Counselor License

(1) Upon filing a correct and complete application in form and manner prescribed by the commission, a qualified applicant who has completed an out-of-state approved school counselor program, and is applying for licensure in Oregon for the first time may be granted a Transitional School Counselor License.

(2)(a) The Transitional School Counselor License is issued for one year and is non-renewable. However, under extenuating circumstances, additional time may be allowed, as described below in section 6 of this rule.

(b) The educator must qualify for a Continuing or an Initial II School Counselor License upon expiration of six (6) years following the date the Transitional School Counselor License was first issued.

(3) The Transitional School Counselor License is valid for regular or substitute school counseling at all age or grade levels.

(4) To be eligible for a Transitional School Counselor License, the applicant must have:

(a) A master’s or higher degree in counseling, education, or related behavioral sciences, from a regionally accredited institution or an approved foreign equivalent; a master’s degree or a doctoral degree from a regionally accredited institution validates a non-regionally accredited bachelor’s degree;

(b) Held an unrestricted school counseling license in any state; and

(c) Furnished fingerprints in the manner prescribed by the commission and provide satisfactory responses to the character questions contained in the commission’s licensure application. (See also, OAR 584-036-0062 for Criminal Records Check Requirement.)

(5) The Transitional School Counselor License will not be restricted as to employer if the applicant has held an unrestricted license for school counseling in any state.

(6) If extenuating circumstances prevent the educator from completing these requirements on time, an Emergency School Counselor License may be issued, at the sole discretion of the Executive Director. Evidence of the extenuating circumstances must be presented to the Executive Director, who then determines if and for how long an emergency license should be issued as needed to protect the district’s programs or students.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495& 342.553

Hist.: TSPC 3-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-15-99; TSPC 9-1999, f. & cert. ef. 11-22-99; TSPC 3-2001, f. & cert. ef. 6-21-01; TSPC 5-2001, f. & cert. ef. 12-13-01; TSPC 6-2002, f. & cert. ef. 10-23-02; TSPC 1-2005, f. & cert. ef. 1-21-05; TSPC 1-2005, f. & cert. ef. 1-21-05; TSPC 5-2007, f. & cert. ef. 8-15-07; TSPC 7-2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-20-08; TSPC 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-09; TSPC 3-2010, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-10; TSPC 5-2010(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-13-10 thru 12-31-10; TSPC 9-2010, f. 12-15-10, cert. ef. 1-1-11; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-080-0151

Transitional Administrator License

(1) Upon filing a correct and complete application in form and manner prescribed by the commission, a qualified applicant who has completed an out-of-state approved school administrator program, and is applying for licensure in Oregon for the first time, may be granted an unrestricted Transitional Administrator License.

(2) The Transitional Administrator License is valid for regular or substitute administration at all age or grade levels and it is also valid for substitute teaching at any level in any specialty.

(3) The Transitional Administrator License is only valid for three years and upon expiration, the educator must qualify for either the Initial or Continuing Administrator License.

(4) To be eligible for a Transitional Administrator License, the applicant must:

(a) Possess the personal qualifications for licensure including attainment of at least eighteen years of age and possessing good moral character and mental and physical health necessary for employment as an educator;

(b) Hold a master’s or higher degree in the arts and sciences or an advanced degree in the professions from a regionally accredited institution in the United States or approved foreign equivalent;

(c) Hold a non-provisional state license for school administration; and

(d) Furnish fingerprints in the manner prescribed by the commission and provide satisfactory responses to the character questions contained in the commission’s licensure application. (See also, OAR 584-036-0062 for Criminal Records Check Requirement.)

(5) If extenuating circumstances prevent the educator from completing these requirements on time, an Emergency Administrator License may be issued, at the sole discretion of the Executive Director. Evidence of the extenuating circumstances must be presented to the Executive Director, who then determines if and for how long an emergency license should be issued as needed to protect the district’s programs or students.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.553

Hist.: TSPC 3-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-15-99; TSPC 5-2001, f. & cert. ef. 12-13-01; TSPC 2-2007, f. & cert. ef. 4-23-07; TSPC 7-2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-20-08; TSPC 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-09; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

584-080-0152

Transitional Superintendent License

(1) Upon filing a correct and complete application in form and manner prescribed by the Commission, a qualified applicant who has completed an out-of-state approved school administrator program, and is applying for licensure in Oregon for the first time, may be granted a Transitional Superintendent License.

(2) The Transitional Superintendent License is not restricted as to employer, is issued only for three years and is not renewable.

(3) The Transitional Superintendent License is valid for the position of superintendent when issued to a person who has been a superintendent on regular assignment and license in any state. The license is also valid for substitute teaching at any authorization level in any specialty.

(4) To be eligible for a Transitional Superintendent License, the applicant must:

(a) Possess the personal qualifications for licensure including attainment of at least eighteen years of age and possessing good moral character and mental and physical health necessary for employment as an educator;

(b) Hold a master’s degree or higher degree in the arts and sciences or an advanced degree in the professions from a regionally accredited institution;

(c) Have been employed as a superintendent for five years or more in any state before holding an Oregon license;

(d) Hold a valid superintendent’s license from that state based upon completion of an approved program; and

(e) Furnish fingerprints in the manner prescribed by the Commission and provide satisfactory responses to the character questions contained in the commission’s licensure application. (See OAR 584-036-0062 for Criminal Records Check Requirement).

(5) While holding this license, an applicant must complete:

(a) An Oregon school law and finance class; and

(b) Obtain a passing score on a commission-approved test of knowledge of U.S. and Oregon civil rights and professional ethics.

(6) Upon completion of the requirements in subsections (4) and (5) above, in addition to three consecutive years of full-time experience as a superintendent in the State of Oregon, the applicant qualifies for a Continuing Administrator License as defined in OAR 584-080-0022.

(7) If extenuating circumstances prevent the educator from completing these requirements on time, an Emergency Superintendent License may be issued, at the sole discretion of the Executive Director. Evidence of the extenuating circumstances must be presented to the Executive Director, who then determines if and for how long an emergency license should be issued as needed to protect the district’s programs or students.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120 - 342.430, 342.455 - 342.495 & 342.553

Hist.: TPSC 3-2001, f. & cert. ef. 6-21-01; TSPC 5-2001, f. & cert. ef. 12-13-01; TSPC 2-2007, f. & cert. ef. 4-23-07; TSPC 7-2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-20-08; TSPC 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-09; TSPC 3-2011, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-11

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