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Article 1. Pay Plan For The Exempt Teaching Staff Of The State Special Schools And Diagnostic Centers. Failure to Meet a Requirement for Continuing Employment.   

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An employee who fails to meet a requirement for continuing employment, including the possession of a license or credential, may be terminated, demoted, or transferred by serving upon the employee, either personally or by certified mail, a written notice thereof, at least five calendar days prior to the effective date of the action. The notice shall inform the employee of the proposed action and allow the employee the opportunity to discuss it with the SSPI or designee prior to the effective date. Within thirty days after receipt of notice of action under this section the employee may appeal the action to the State Personnel Board (SPB). When the employee regains the requirement for continuing employment, the employee may be reinstated to the position.

Authority cited:

Education Code 59003

Education Code 59103

Education Code 59203

Reference:

Education Code 59003

Education Code 59103

Education Code 59203

(Added by Register 2007, No. 39.)