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Fleshner also commented on the board’s willingness to approve resignation agreements in the two cases.

“All options were reviewed by legal counsel prior to being brought to a vote. It was determined that resignation agreements offered the district the best path forward,” he wrote.

“It is important to note that the school board does not control (teacher or administrator) licensure. That is a separate entity’s responsibility, but the school board does control employment.”

The teacher’s resignation agreement similarly included payment of wages and other benefits through

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Pamplin Media Group – Summer school, education could get a pile of cash in budget bill

Legislative panel packs a lot into a routine budget rebalancing bill, including wildfire and addiction recovery funds.

Oregon lawmakers are poised to approve $250 million for summer school programs, plus money for wildfire recovery and a shift of some marijuana taxes to addiction recovery centers under a voter-approved ballot measure.

All of these changes, and more, are attached to budget-rebalancing legislation that cleared the Legislature’s joint budget committee on Friday, March 19, and headed to votes of the House and Senate in the coming week. This legislation is usually routine before the two-year state budget cycle closes on June 30.

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