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(a) For purposes of the definition of "teacher" and "member" in AS 14.25.220 (42)(A), a teacher is considered certificated and may remain in the teachers' retirement system if the teacher provides the administrator with evidence acceptable to the administrator that the teacher holds a valid teaching certificate issued to the teacher by the Department of Education and Early Development within 120 days of the teacher's employment. If 120 days have elapsed following the date of the teacher's employment and the teacher has not provided the administrator with evidence that the teacher holds a valid teaching certificate issued by the Department of Education and Early Development, the teacher's membership in the system will be terminated immediately, contributions will be refunded for that period of ineligible employment after the date of employment, and the corresponding period of ineligible service will be removed from the teacher's employment history.
(b) A school district will provide a copy of this regulation to a teacher who does not possess a valid teaching certificate at the time the teacher is hired.
History: In effect before 10/21/83, Register 93; am 3/18/2004, Register 172
Authority: AS 14.25.022
Editor's note: As of Register 151 (October 1999), the regulations attorney made technical revisions under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6) to reflect the name change of the Department of Education to the Department of Education and Early Development made by ch. 58, SLA 1999, and the corresponding title change of the commissioner of education.
Even though the amendments to 2 AAC 36.890 were effective 3/18/2004, they were not published until Register 172, January 2005.
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