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An Oregon appellate court overturned a decision by the state's Teacher Standards and Practices Commission to suspend the license of a teacher who improperly worked as an administrator without the correct license for four years.
In the October 1 decision, the Court of Appeals of Oregon held that the Commission failed to include sufficient information to support its decision to deny the teacher a hearing (Gordon v. Teacher Standards and Practices Commission).
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