N.M. Code R. § 6.69.2.7 - DEFINITIONS

Current through Register Vol. 33, No. 7, April 5, 2022

A. "Administrative authority" means the superintendent, principal or a person acting under the authority of such superintendent or principal.
B. "Insubordination" means actual or implied willful refusal to follow written policies, regulations, rules, or procedures established by the department, the local school board, or administrative authorities; or the lawful written or oral orders, requests, or instructions of administrative authorities.
C. "Secretary" means the secretary of education department.
D. "Uncorrected unsatisfactory work performance" means unsatisfactory work performance which the licensed school personnel has failed to correct pursuant to the provisions in this regulation; provided, however, that if unsatisfactory work performance is uncorrectable through the evaluation and supervision process, as determined by the local school board policy, the provisions in this regulation shall not apply.
E. "Unsatisfactory work performance" means the failure by licensed school personnel to satisfactorily perform those tasks which are evaluated by the employee's supervisors, pursuant to the school district's approved plans for evaluation and supervision of its licensed employees. For the purpose of this regulation unsatisfactory work performance does not include insubordination or conduct deemed to be outside the normal scope of duties of licensed school personnel.

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N.M. Code R. § 6.69.2.7
12-31-98; 6.69.2.7 NMAC - Rn, 6 NMAC 4.5.1.7, 06-14-01; A, 03-15-06, Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXVIII, Issue 15, August 15, 2017, eff. 8/15/2017

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