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  News Release
 
The following is a news release from the Oregon Teacher Standards and Commission. If there are more details that we can provide for you, please feel free to contact us (see Contact Us).
 
 
  Conditional Assignment Permits (CAP) do not have a 120 day grace period
  Released: Monday, February 23, 2004 at 5:00 PM
 
 
 
The permit is just that...a permit to teach a subject out of the field in which you are licensed to teach. It is not a license and it does not have a 120 day grace period.

Therefore, if you wait until your CAP expires, you will need an expedited application indicating you have fulfilled all the requirements for licensure in order to continue to teach the subject in which you have been conditionally assigned. If your CAP has expired then you are not authorized to continue to teach the subject in which you are teaching on the CAP without the proper credentials.
 

 

  Archived: June 1, 2004  [VC:147-1] 
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