2007 ORS § 327.102¹
Standard school complaints
- • process
- • rules
(1) The State Board of Education shall adopt by rule requirements for the process that a school district must use when the district receives a complaint pertaining to whether a school in the district is a standard school as defined in ORS 327.006 (Definitions).
(2) The rules adopted by the board shall require school districts to establish and implement a process for the prompt resolution of a complaint and shall require the process to:
(a) Have specific timelines for the completion of the process by both the district and the person making the complaint;
(b) Have a specific time period within which the district must make a final decision on a complaint, after which the final decision on the complaint may be appealed to the Superintendent of Public Instruction; and
(c) Recognize that if a district does not provide a written decision within the specific time period, failure to provide such a decision will be regarded as the district’s final decision. [2007 c.519 §1]
Note: 327.102 (Standard school complaints) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 327 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.