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The rights and requirements of students, teachers, parents and other stakeholders are key components in an equitable educational system. State and federal legislation is enacted primarily to define these rights and provide clear explanations of expectations for all individuals with an invested interest in education.
The Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) and Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) make up the laws that govern PreK-16 education in Oregon. Access these rules and statutes in their entirety, or view selected sections.
Child Abuse and Duty to Report
To teach in an Oregon state approved CTE program, the instructor must have an appropriate CTE license and/or endorsement, specific to the program career area. The Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) governing CTE teacher licensure have been revised and adopted by the Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) in 2010. Chapter 584 of the OARs includes those rules specific to TSPC. Division 42 is the section of OARs under TSPC regulation that outlines CTE Licenses and Endorsements.
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