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Filing a grievance is not the same as filing a lawsuit, and the process is very different.In most cases, however, a district employee must attempt to resolve a complaint internally, using the grievance process set out in district policy, prior to pursuing a lawsuit or an appeal to the commissioner of education.Most employment concerns can be resolved informally.However, sometimes an informal attempt to resolve a problem is not enough to reach a solution that is acceptable to the employee. The commissioner may limit the waiver of certification in any manner the commissioner determines is appropriate.

The table below identifies personnel to contact for information and consultation.47.2 Reporting to Law Enforcement Individuals have the option of notifying law enforcement authorities including university police and local police.

(a) An employee's probationary, continuing, or term contract under this chapter is void if the employee:(1) does not hold a valid certificate or permit issued by the State Board for Educator Certification;(2) fails to fulfill the requirements necessary to renew or extend the employee's temporary, probationary, or emergency certificate or any other certificate or permit issued under Subchapter B; or(3) fails to comply with any requirement under Subchapter C, Chapter 22, if the failure results in suspension or revocation of the employee's certificate under Section 22.0831(f)(2).(b) If a school district has knowledge that an employee's contract is void under Subsection (a):(1) the district may, except as provided by Subsection (b-1):(A) terminate the employee;(B) suspend the employee with or without pay; or(C) retain the employee for the remainder of the school year on an at-will employment basis in a position other than a position required to be held by an employee under a contract under Section 21.002 at the employee's existing rate of pay or at a reduced rate; and(2) the employee is not entitled to the minimum salary prescribed by Section 21.402.(b-1) A school district may not terminate or suspend under Subsection (b) an employee whose contract is void under Subsection (a)(1) or (2) because the employee failed to renew or extend the employee's certificate or permit if the employee:(1) requests an extension from the State Board for Educator Certification to renew, extend, or otherwise validate the employee's certificate or permit; and(2) not later than the 10th day after the date the contract is void, takes necessary measures to renew, extend, or otherwise validate the employee's certificate or permit, as determined by the State Board for Educator Certification.(c) A school district's decision under Subsection (b) is not subject to appeal under this chapter, and the notice and hearing requirements of this chapter do not apply to the decision.(d) This section does not affect the rights and remedies of a party in an at-will employment relationship.(e) This section does not apply to a certified teacher assigned to teach a subject for which the teacher is not certified.(f) For purposes of this section, a certificate or permit is not considered to have expired if:(1) the employee has completed the requirements for renewal of the certificate or permit;(2) the employee submitted the request for renewal prior to the expiration date; and(3) the date the certificate or permit would have expired is before the date the State Board for Educator Certification takes action to approve the renewal of the certificate or permit.

The commissioner shall give priority to developing and implementing recruitment programs to address those needs from the agency's discretionary funds.(d) The agency, the State Board for Educator Certification, and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board shall encourage the business community to cooperate with local schools to develop recruiting programs designed to attract and retain capable teachers, including programs to provide summer employment opportunities for teachers.(e) The agency, the State Board for Educator Certification, and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board shall encourage major education associations to cooperate in developing a long-range program promoting teaching as a career and to assist in identifying local activities and resources that may be used to promote the teaching profession.(f) Funds received for teacher recruitment programs may be used only to publicize and implement the programs.

Texas A&M University strives to maintain a work and educational environment free from discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and related retaliation in accordance with applicable Federal and State laws.

Individuals are encouraged to report all unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature and should not wait to report conduct of concern until it becomes severe, pervasive, or persistent harassment.