(A) The board is not obligated to reinstate or issue a new certificate to teach to an applicant whose certificate to teach has been previously revoked.
(B) The board shall not reinstate or issue a new a certificate to teach to an applicant whose certificate to teach has been permanently revoked.
(C) The board shall not reinstate or issue a new certificate to teach to an applicant whose certificate to teach has been revoked for less than one year from the date on which the board order revoking such certificate is journalized with the board.
(D) Any applicant whose certificate to teach has been revoked by the board must complete all requirements for a certificate to teach for the level sought, as set forth in this chapter, as if the applicant is applying as a new applicant. Additionally the applicant must meet the following requirements:
(1) Submit a completed application;
(2) Previously held a certificate to teach for the level sought;
(3) The course of training completed by the applicant is significantly similar to the current curriculum requirements for the level of certification sought;
(4) Meets all qualifications for a certificate to practice as outlined in paragraphs (A)(6) to (A)(12) of rule 4765-8-01 of the Administrative Code.
(E) In addition to having an applicant meet the requirements set forth in this rule, the board may also take into consideration other relevant factors, including but not limited to the following, when determining whether to grant a request for reinstatement:
(1) The nature and severity of the acts which resulted in revocation of the applicant's certificate;
(2) The time elapsed since the revocation;
(3) Additional convictions or violations of the Revised Code occurring after the revocation;
(4) Any evidence of rehabilitation, including but not limited to appropriate treatment or counseling, which the applicant may submit to the board;
(5) Evidence of additional education or training, which the applicant may submit to the board;
(6) Compliance with previous board orders, board-approved consent agreements, or court order sentencing;
(7) Employment history, including compliance with any departmental discipline, which the applicant may submit to the board.