Department of Education - Professional Conduct Educator Rules - Delegation.


Published: 2019-01-21

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(A) The state board authorizes the superintendent, on its behalf, to initiate proceedings under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code including, but not limited to, automatic revocation or denial of a respondent's license.

(B) The superintendent shall determine whether the results of an investigation warrant closing the investigation without taking disciplinary action or initiating an action for the state board to limit, suspend, revoke or deny licensure pursuant to section 3319.31 of the Revised Code. If the superintendent determines such an action is warranted, the superintendent shall notify the respondent of the superintendent's determination, as well as his/her rights under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code including his/her right to a hearing and to be represented by counsel.

(C) The state board authorizes the superintendent, on its behalf, to issue a written order revoking or denying issuance of licensure and reinstating licensure under division (C) of section 3319.31 of the Revised Code.

(D) The state board authorizes the superintendent, on its behalf, to enter into a consent agreement with a person against whom action is being taken under sections 3319.15, 3319.151, 3319.31, 3319.311 and 3314.103 of the Revised Code.

(E) The state board authorizes the superintendent, on its behalf, to issue a letter of admonishment to persons against whom action is being taken under sections 3319.15, 3319.151, 3319.31, 3319.311 and 3314.103 of the Revised Code.

(F) The state board authorizes the superintendent, on its behalf, to take any action necessary in order to further an investigation into any information received about a person that reasonably appears to be a basis for action under sections 3319.15, 3319.151, 3319.31 and 3314.103 of the Revised Code.