Q: Prof. licenses were requested to be suspended before a background check for new job offer completed. Now what?
OCSE requested the MBON suspend my licenses for non-compliance. One of the problems with this is, I was in compliance. This is the second time the OCSE has caused me to lose a job opportunity because of inaccurate information and an unwillingness to resolve the balance of the support order. I wasn't properly notified of their intentions and received conflict information from different caseworkers. I want to know what can be done do that I do not walk into another job and be told my licenses are suspended and get a background check showing I have been listed on the State Board's registry for "abuse/misconduct... pending review" because of a mistake with child support. Though my licenses have been reinstated, the orders are still attached and can be read, it should not have happened at all. I know I can appeal to the employer who offered me the position and explain but I also want to ensure I do not face anything like this again and finally get assistance correcting the order.
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