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Relating to matters regarding educators, including the composition
of the State Board for Educator Certification, the issuance of
certain sanctions by the board, and requiring a school district to
notify a teacher regarding the submission of certain complaints to
No significant fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.
HB 2519 would require at least two of the members of the State Board for Educator Certification be from a small or mid-size school district. Additionally, the bill stipulates the means by which the board can suspend a teacher's certification, and how they shall be notified of their suspension, as well as the method of notification of a resignation from employment to be given by an educator.
Texas Action is neutral toward HB 2519 which governs administrative processes that do not appear to affect our liberty principles.