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Section 3333.392 | Scholarships; Termination; Repayment.

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(A) Each recipient who accepts a scholarship under the Ohio teaching fellows program created under section 3333.391 of the Revised Code, or the recipient's parent if the recipient is younger than eighteen years of age, shall sign a promissory note payable to the state in the event the recipient does not satisfy the service requirement of division (D) of section 3333.391 of the Revised Code or the scholarship is terminated. The amount payable under the note shall be the amount of total scholarships accepted by the recipient under the program plus ten per cent interest accrued annually beginning on the first day of September after graduating from the teacher training program or immediately after termination of the scholarship. The period of repayment under the note shall be determined by the chancellor of the Ohio board of regents. The note shall stipulate that the obligation to make payments under the note is canceled following completion of four years of qualified service by the recipient in accordance with division (D) of section 3333.391 of the Revised Code, or if the recipient dies, becomes totally and permanently disabled, or is unable to complete the required qualified service as a result of a reduction in force at the recipient's school of employment before the obligation under the note has been satisfied.

(B) Repayment of the principal amount of the scholarship and interest accrued shall be deferred while the recipient is enrolled in an approved teaching program, while the recipient is seeking employment to fulfill the service obligation, for a period not to exceed six months, or while the recipient is engaged in qualified service.

(C) During the seven-year period following the recipient's graduation from an approved teaching program, the chancellor shall deduct twenty-five per cent of the outstanding balance that may be converted to a loan for each year the recipient teaches at a qualifying school.

(D) The chancellor may terminate the scholarship, in which case the scholarship shall be converted to a loan to be repaid under division (A) of this section.

(E) The scholarship shall be deemed terminated upon the recipient's withdrawal from school or the recipient's failure to meet the standards of the scholarship as determined by the chancellor and shall be converted to a loan to be repaid under division (A) of this section.

(F) The chancellor and the attorney general shall collect payments on the converted loan in accordance with section 131.02 of the Revised Code.

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