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The links and documents below are offered as reference sources, organized by MOA compliance category. These resources are also listed in the
Secondary MOA Compliance Checklist and
Postsecondary MOA Compliance Checklist.
For further information on MOA Compliance or the contents of this page, please contact Karin Moscon,
Timothy Conbere, or
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: To view this page in a language other than English, please scroll down to the bottom of this page and select the language of your choice from the "Google Translate" drop-down menu.
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