Do Not Hire Registry

The 86th 天天做爱 Legislature passed House Bill 3 to further protect the safety and welfare of 天天做爱 students by:


鈥 Requiring schools to report to TEA when there is evidence that a non-certified employee abused or was involved in an inappropriate relationship with a student or minor and,
鈥 Creating a registry of individuals who are not eligible for hire in a 天天做爱 public school based on misconduct or criminal history

The Do Not Hire Registry, officially known as the Registry of Persons Not Eligible for Employment in Public Schools, is now available to the public. Therefore, the public may search the Registry website by entering a first and last name of an individual to determine their employment eligibility. The website will also list non-certified individuals who are under investigation.听

Frequently Asked Questions 听


1.听Will the Registry website return results for all individuals who are determined to be not eligible for employment in a public school?听

Yes, pursuant to 天天做爱 Education Code 搂22.092, the Registry will list all individuals who have been determined to be ineligible for employment in a 天天做爱 school district, district of innovation, charter school, regional education service center, or shared service arrangement. The Registry includes non-certified employees who were determined by the Commissioner to be ineligible, individuals with certain criminal history referenced in TEC 搂22.092, and individuals whose teaching certificate was revoked by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) for abuse or inappropriate relationship with a student or minor.


2. Does the Registry website indicate whether an SBEC certified听educator is under investigation?

No. The Registry website will only list non-certified individuals who are under investigation for allegations that the individual abused or was involved in an inappropriate relationship with a student or minor. To obtain information about the certificate status and disciplinary action against an SBEC certificate holder, it is recommended the public search the


3.听 Will the Registry website indicate if a non-certified employee was under investigation at one time, but later 鈥渃leared鈥 because the facts obtained during the investigation did not justify their placement on the Registry?

No, the website will only indicate whether a person is currently "Under Investigation" or "Not Eligible for Hire." If a person was 鈥渃leared and the case was closed,鈥 the website will return a message that says, 鈥淣o Records Match the search criteria.鈥 This is the same message that will be returned if the person was never under investigation.

The Registry Status definitions are as follows:


Not Eligible For Hire - The individual is not eligible to be employed by a public school and may not be hired in any role.

Under Investigation - Pursuant to TEC 搂22.094, a non-certified employee is currently under investigation by TEA based on allegations that the individual abused or was involved in an inappropriate relationship with a student or minor. The notation means the matter is ongoing and the individual鈥檚 eligibility for employment has not yet been determined.

Date on Registry- Represents the date an individual was found to be not eligible for employment in a public school. The earliest date listed will be January 2, 2020, which was the date the Registry was launched.听


Approximate Age 鈥 Calculated as the number of years between the current year and the person鈥檚 birth year.听

Note: Google Chrome is the听required听browser for the Do Not Hire Registry.听听