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Senate Roll Call 796 on
2006 Senate Bill 1327: Revise teacher endorsement procedures

To establish procedures for when a teacher requests that certain endorsements on his or her teaching certificate be nullified. Note: Some teachers do this so as to use their seniority to "bump" less senior personnel from what they perceive to be more desirable teaching positions than the one for which they may have a particular endorsement. School districts believe that dropping an endorsement is an implicit contract violation. Under the bill, a certification or endorsement could only be dropped if it had not been used for 12 years or more.

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Senate Roll Call 796 on 2006 Senate Bill 1327

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