| 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).
| News Release Regarding Proposed Rulemaking
||Released: Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 4:14 PM
Public Comment will be accepted until 12:00 p.m., on March 6, 2014 the Commission's next meeting date.
584-066-0015 - Knowledge Skills and Abilities for Dual Language Specialization
584-018-0125 - Middle Level Authorization
584-020-0040 - Grounds for Disciplinary Action
584-036-0070 - Expedited Service for Emergency License
584-050-0030 - Serving Without Proper Licensure
584-050-0060 - Forfeiture for Service Without Proper Licensure
584-050-0066 - Criteria for Setting Forfeiture Amount [of Forfeiture]
584-060-0012 - Initial I Teaching License Requirements
584-060-0013 - Initial II Teaching License Requirements
584-060-0014 - Initial Teaching License for Out-of-State Candidate First Application
584-060-0051 -Teaching Authorization Levels
584-060-0052 - Adding Authorization Levels to Existing Initial and Continuing Teaching Licenses
584-060-0200 - American Indian Languages Teaching License
584-070-0211 - Initial School Psychologist License
584-070-0271 - Transitional School Psychologist License for First Time Out-of-State Applicants
584-080-0012 - Initial Administrator License (IAL)
584-080-0022 - Continuing Administrator License (CAL)
Notice of Proposed Rule Making:
When an agency proposes to adopt, amend or repeal a rule, it shall give interested persons reasonable opportunity to submit data or views. Comments can be emailed to TSPC.RuleTestimony@state.or.us.
Proposed Drafts: http://tspc.oregon.gov/support/news_page.asp
Search TSPC OARS: http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/pages/rules/oars_500/oar_584/584_tofc.html
Due to budget reductions the Commission is no longer conducting a separate hearing on each rule. However, interested parties may provide written comments to the Commission via the email address above or provide oral comments directly to the Commission during the board's public comment period at the first meeting at which the rule is on the board's agenda. Additionally, opportunity for oral hearing shall be granted upon request received from 10 persons or from an association having not less than 10 members before the earliest date that the rule could become effective after the giving of notice.
Vickie Chamberlain, Executive Director, serves as the Commission's hearing officer in the event a hearing is requested. If held, the hearing will be recorded for permanent record. The hearing officer will open the hearing and read the OAR number and its intention or purpose. The hearing officer will ask those in attendance for oral testimony. Those individuals will be heard. If there is written testimony at this time, it may be submitted.
The hearing officer will adjourn the public hearing and will not respond to questions. After the close of the public comment period, the hearing officer will prepare a report to the Commission which will be available from the Commission office.
Data Classification Level: 1 - Published
| ||Archived: March 31, 2014 [MH:518-1]|| |