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Section 3319.272 | Professional administrator license upon completion of bright new leaders for Ohio schools program.

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(A) As used in this section, the "bright new leaders for Ohio schools program" means the program created and implemented by the nonprofit corporation incorporated pursuant to section 3319.271 of the Revised Code to provide an alternative path for individuals to receive training and development in the administration of primary and secondary education and leadership, enable those individuals to earn degrees and obtain licenses in public school administration, and promote the placement of those individuals in public schools that have a poverty percentage greater than fifty per cent.

(B) The state board of education shall issue an alternative principal license or an administrator license, as applicable, to an individual who successfully completes the bright new leaders for Ohio schools program and satisfies the requirements in rules adopted by the state board under division (C) of this section.

(C) The state board, in consultation with the board of directors of the bright new leaders for Ohio schools program, shall adopt rules that prescribe the requirements for obtaining an alternative principal license or an administrator license under this section. The state board shall use the rules adopted under section 3319.27 of the Revised Code as guidance in developing the rules adopted under this division.

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