New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 8 - EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Chapter II - Regulations of the Commissioner
Subchapter C - Teacher
Part 82 - Hearings Of Charges Against Employees On Tenure
Subpart 82-1 - PROCEDURES FOR HEARINGS COMMENCED BY THE FILING OF CHARGES ON OR AFTER AUGUST 25, 1994 AND PRIOR TO JULY 1, 2015
Section 82-1.2 - Definitions

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 14, April 6, 2022

(a) As used in this Subpart:

(1) Employee means any person or persons against whom charges may be filed pursuant to section 3020-a of the Education Law, or, except where the context indicates a contrary intent, the attorney designated to represent such person or persons in a hearing pursuant to this Part.

(2) Chief school administrator means the district superintendent of schools of the board of cooperative educational services employing a person against whom charges are made; or the superintendent of schools, community superintendent, chancellor or the principal of the school district employing a person against whom charges are made.

(3) Board means the employing trustee, board of trustees, board of education, community board or board of cooperative educational services.

(4) Commissioner means Commissioner of Education.

(5) Association means the American Arbitration Association.

(6) Hearing officer means a single hearing officer selected to conduct a hearing pursuant to section 3020-a of the Education Law, or the panel chairperson in the case of a hearing before a three member hearing panel.

(7) Panel member means a member of a three member hearing panel, other than a hearing officer, who is selected by either the employee or the board.

N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 8 § 82-1.2

This section was updated on 12/25/2019 by overlay.

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