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The links and documents below are offered as reference sources, organized by protected classes and type of unlawful discrimination. Many of these resources are also listed in the Secondary MOA Compliance Checklist and
Postsecondary MOA Compliance Checklist.
For further information on the contents of this page, please contact MOA Coordinator Karin Moscon, Policy Analyst Timothy Conbere, or Policy Analyst Dana Hathaway.
To file an ODE civil rights complaint, please visit the
Complaints and Appeals page. To file an OCR civil rights complaint, please visit the
Complaint Assessment System page.Please note:
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