- The Office of Administrative Law is responsible for providing final decisions in administrative appeals to the agency. The primary responsibility of the Office of Administrative Law is to review the proposed decisions of administrative law judges of the Licensing and Regulatory Affair's Michigan Administrative Hearing System in cases involving the agency. These cases include appeals to the State Tenure Commission in teacher tenure matters; appeals to the Superintendent of Public Instruction in cases involving property transfers, teacher certification revocations and denials, and pupil membership audits; and other complaint and compliance matters. Failure to provide these services would result in the denial of statutory due process rights.
- Michigan Department of Education
Administrative Law Decisions
Decisions are for Public Tenure, Teacher Certification, Preliminary Tenure, Property Transfer, Certification Penalty, Child and Adult Food Care, Special Education and Audit Cases