Refusals, Suspensions, Revocations and Invalid Certificates
(1)The Oregon Department of Education shall refuse to issue a certificate or permit to an applicant who does not meet the qualifications for the certificate or permit being sought. Incomplete applications shall be rejected.
(2)ODE may suspend or revoke a certificate or permit based on the violations and sanctions listed on Table 1 [Table not included. See ED. NOTE.]. If the certificate holder has been suspended within the prior three- year period, the current offense may be considered a second or subsequent offense.
(3)If the conditions of reinstatement are not met for a suspended certificate or permit at the end of the suspension period, the certificate or permit shall be immediately revoked.
(4)A certificate or permit holder shall surrender any suspended or revoked certificate or permit to ODE.
(5)A certificate or permit holder whose certificate or permit was suspended or revoked, or application for a certificate for permit was refused, may request a hearing. Hearings conducted under this section on appeal for refusal, suspension or revocation of a certificate or permit shall be conducted pursuant to ORS chapter 183.
(6)ODE may only reinstate a certificate or permit if all conditions of the suspension or revocation have been met, and the person otherwise qualifies for the certificate or permit being reinstated.
(7)Notwithstanding section (5) of this rule, no hearing will be held when a certificate or permit becomes invalid because of the provisions of the rule that govern the certificate or permit.
Rule 581-053-0060 — Refusals, Suspensions, Revocations and Invalid Certificates,