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CHAPTER 15.1-17TEACHER PERSONNEL FILES15.1-17-01.Personnel file - Review by teacher. A teacher employed by a schooldistrict or a state-supported institution that provides elementary and secondary education to its<br>students may review documents generated and placed in the teacher's personnel file after the<br>teacher was employed for the position. Upon receiving a written request, the school principal,<br>administrator, or school district superintendent shall provide to a teacher a copy of any document<br>in the teacher's personnel file. The teacher shall pay any copying costs.15.1-17-02. Personnel file - Teacher's response. A teacher employed by a schooldistrict may provide the school district superintendent with a written response to any document in<br>the teacher's personnel file. A teacher employed by a state institution that provides elementary<br>and secondary education to its students may provide the institution's administrator with a written<br>response to any document in the teacher's personnel file. A school district superintendent or an<br>administrator receiving a written response under this section shall attach the response to the<br>appropriate document and return both to the teacher's personnel file.15.1-17-03. Personnel file - Objection to documents. If a teacher believes that anydocument in the teacher's personnel file, other than a formal performance evaluation, is<br>inappropriate or inaccurate, the teacher may request that the file be reviewed by the principal of<br>the school or by the administrator if the school is a state institution that provides elementary and<br>secondary education to its students. If a teacher employed by a school district is dissatisfied with<br>the outcome of the initial review, the teacher is entitled to have the file reviewed, upon written<br>request, by the school district superintendent.If a teacher employed by a school district isdissatisfied with the outcome of the superintendent's review, the teacher is entitled to have the<br>file reviewed, upon written request, by the school board.15.1-17-04. Complaint against teacher - Notification. If a complaint is filed against ateacher or against an individual for whom the teacher is administratively responsible, and the<br>complaint is to be placed in the teacher's personnel file, the school principal, administrator, or<br>school district superintendent shall inform the teacher of the complaint.15.1-17-05. No secret files maintained - Penalty. It is a class B misdemeanor for anyindividual employed by a school district or a state-supported institution that provides elementary<br>and secondary education to its students to maintain documents about a teacher unless the<br>teacher has access to the documents, as provided in this chapter.Page No. 1Document Outlinechapter 15.1-17 teacher personnel files

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CHAPTER 15.1-17TEACHER PERSONNEL FILES15.1-17-01.Personnel file - Review by teacher. A teacher employed by a schooldistrict or a state-supported institution that provides elementary and secondary education to its<br>students may review documents generated and placed in the teacher's personnel file after the<br>teacher was employed for the position. Upon receiving a written request, the school principal,<br>administrator, or school district superintendent shall provide to a teacher a copy of any document<br>in the teacher's personnel file. The teacher shall pay any copying costs.15.1-17-02. Personnel file - Teacher's response. A teacher employed by a schooldistrict may provide the school district superintendent with a written response to any document in<br>the teacher's personnel file. A teacher employed by a state institution that provides elementary<br>and secondary education to its students may provide the institution's administrator with a written<br>response to any document in the teacher's personnel file. A school district superintendent or an<br>administrator receiving a written response under this section shall attach the response to the<br>appropriate document and return both to the teacher's personnel file.15.1-17-03. Personnel file - Objection to documents. If a teacher believes that anydocument in the teacher's personnel file, other than a formal performance evaluation, is<br>inappropriate or inaccurate, the teacher may request that the file be reviewed by the principal of<br>the school or by the administrator if the school is a state institution that provides elementary and<br>secondary education to its students. If a teacher employed by a school district is dissatisfied with<br>the outcome of the initial review, the teacher is entitled to have the file reviewed, upon written<br>request, by the school district superintendent.If a teacher employed by a school district isdissatisfied with the outcome of the superintendent's review, the teacher is entitled to have the<br>file reviewed, upon written request, by the school board.15.1-17-04. Complaint against teacher - Notification. If a complaint is filed against ateacher or against an individual for whom the teacher is administratively responsible, and the<br>complaint is to be placed in the teacher's personnel file, the school principal, administrator, or<br>school district superintendent shall inform the teacher of the complaint.15.1-17-05. No secret files maintained - Penalty. It is a class B misdemeanor for anyindividual employed by a school district or a state-supported institution that provides elementary<br>and secondary education to its students to maintain documents about a teacher unless the<br>teacher has access to the documents, as provided in this chapter.Page No. 1Document Outlinechapter 15.1-17 teacher personnel files

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Statutes > North-dakota > T151 > T151c17

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CHAPTER 15.1-17TEACHER PERSONNEL FILES15.1-17-01.Personnel file - Review by teacher. A teacher employed by a schooldistrict or a state-supported institution that provides elementary and secondary education to its<br>students may review documents generated and placed in the teacher's personnel file after the<br>teacher was employed for the position. Upon receiving a written request, the school principal,<br>administrator, or school district superintendent shall provide to a teacher a copy of any document<br>in the teacher's personnel file. The teacher shall pay any copying costs.15.1-17-02. Personnel file - Teacher's response. A teacher employed by a schooldistrict may provide the school district superintendent with a written response to any document in<br>the teacher's personnel file. A teacher employed by a state institution that provides elementary<br>and secondary education to its students may provide the institution's administrator with a written<br>response to any document in the teacher's personnel file. A school district superintendent or an<br>administrator receiving a written response under this section shall attach the response to the<br>appropriate document and return both to the teacher's personnel file.15.1-17-03. Personnel file - Objection to documents. If a teacher believes that anydocument in the teacher's personnel file, other than a formal performance evaluation, is<br>inappropriate or inaccurate, the teacher may request that the file be reviewed by the principal of<br>the school or by the administrator if the school is a state institution that provides elementary and<br>secondary education to its students. If a teacher employed by a school district is dissatisfied with<br>the outcome of the initial review, the teacher is entitled to have the file reviewed, upon written<br>request, by the school district superintendent.If a teacher employed by a school district isdissatisfied with the outcome of the superintendent's review, the teacher is entitled to have the<br>file reviewed, upon written request, by the school board.15.1-17-04. Complaint against teacher - Notification. If a complaint is filed against ateacher or against an individual for whom the teacher is administratively responsible, and the<br>complaint is to be placed in the teacher's personnel file, the school principal, administrator, or<br>school district superintendent shall inform the teacher of the complaint.15.1-17-05. No secret files maintained - Penalty. It is a class B misdemeanor for anyindividual employed by a school district or a state-supported institution that provides elementary<br>and secondary education to its students to maintain documents about a teacher unless the<br>teacher has access to the documents, as provided in this chapter.Page No. 1Document Outlinechapter 15.1-17 teacher personnel files

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