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Please note that the EPSB is no longer printing and mailing educator certificates . Educators can retrieve a copy of their certificate for applications that were approved after March 16, 2018, by logging into their EPSB account and clicking on My Application Status to download their certificate from a PDF file. For a copy of a certificate approved before March 16, 2018, a CA-2 will need to be submitted. Only the individual educator can access the certificate, as he or she must log into the personal EPSB account.

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School districts should verify the educator’s credential information listed on the printed copy certificate in Kentucky Educator Certification Inquiry (KECI) on the EPSB website.

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The Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) is responsible for investigating and prosecuting all cases of educator misconduct. Kentucky Revised Statute 161.028 stipulates that the EPSB has the authority to suspend or revoke the certificates of educators that engage in misconduct, or impose other conditions that protect the safety of students, and the integrity of the profession. EPSB annually processes more than 300 disciplinary cases and 250 character and fitness cases.
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During the May 3, 2018, special called meeting of the Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB), the Board took action on the certification issuance process affected by the suspension of the Kentucky Teacher Internship Program (KTIP).

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Introduction to the psychology of bargaining and negotiation, the dynamics of interpersonal and intergroup conflict and its resolution; emphasis on analyzing bargaining and conflict relationships. Prereq: 3100 (400), or 3200 (701), BusMgt 2320 (330), and 2321 (331). Not open to students with credit for 764.

Focus on developing specialized knowledge of functional areas and process in modern organizations. Prereq: 7320 (863), or permission of instructor.

The course starts with basic leadership and coaching principles and ends with complex practical exercises challenging students to become better leaders. The course progresses, allowing the student to build upon the lessons learned through the course. The program incorporates planning, preparation, practical exercises, case studies, coaching and assessment to train and develop future leaders. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 7228 and 7229.

For students interested in building their own organizational and leadership coaching skills; class will explore the various roots and perspectives of modern coaching while building the skills of coaching which center upon but are not limited to deep listening, coaching presence, business acumen, cultural dynamics and powerful questioning. Prereq: Enrollment in MBA, WPMBA, MHRM, or permission of instructor.

This course follows Introduction to Organizational Business Coaching and intends to broaden the learners lens beyond the one-on-one coaching or coaching as a leadership skillset and venture into how coaching cultures evolve, what the coaching industry holds, and eventually will build on more complex skills in several modules on Systemic Organizational Team Coaching. Prereq: Enrollment in MBA, WPMBA, or MHRM. Prereq or concur: 7228 or 7234, or permission of instructor.

Groups and teams are becoming a way of life in organizations. This course will teach the theory and processes of group and team behavior so that you can successfully manage groups and work effectively in a variety of group settings. It is intended for students who seek greater understanding of teams and wish to increase their competence in managing and working effectively in these contexts. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 828.

Hone, develop, and apply leadership competencies through a real-world consulting project while receiving on-going individual and team coaching. Prereq: 7321, and enrollment in MHRM program; or MBA 6281.01, and enrollment in MBA program.

An overview of factors that influence individual and team performance and techniques to improve it; analytical frameworks for determining effectiveness of given techniques in specific circumstances. Prereq: Enrollment in MBA or WPMBA program; or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 860.

Left Cries Extremist, But Brett Kavanaugh Supported ‘Common Sense Gun Control’

His record shows Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh supports ‘common sense gun control,’ while the Left remains out of the mainstream.
By Margot Cleveland
July 12, 2018

Even before President Trump named federal appellate judge Brett Kavanaugh as his choice to replace Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, Democrats had already begun to paint whatever nominee would eventually receive the presidential nod as an extremist on abortion “rights” and gun control. Kavanaugh is neither. In fact, his dissenting opinion in (), proves quite the contrary: On the Second Amendment, Kavanaugh supports “common sense gun control,” while the Left remains out of the mainstream.

The Left, however, will attempt to mislead the public on Kavanaugh’s views, by pointing to Kavanaugh’s conclusion in —that Washington DC’s ban on semi-automatic rifles is unconstitutional—while ignoring his analysis. Kavanaugh’s analysis is key, however, because he not only sought to properly apply Supreme Court precedent (as lower federal judges should), he also detailed a balanced approach to the Second Amendment, consistent with Supreme Court precedent. Here’s how.

Kavanaugh Said Allows Gun Restrictions

involved the follow-up lawsuit brought by DC resident Anthony Dick Heller following his victory in (). In , the Supreme Court held the Second Amendment protects an individual’s right to keep and bear arms and struck DC’s ban on handguns. In , the plaintiffs challenged the revised gun laws DC adopted in the wake of . As relevant to Kavanaugh’s dissent, those laws banned the possession of most semi-automatic rifles.

On appeal to the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, a two-judge majority upheld DC’s ban of semi-automatic rifles by conducting a balancing test and asking whether the law was “substantially related to an important governmental objective.” Lawyers know this test as “intermediate scrutiny.” Applying intermediate scrutiny, then, the majority upheld the local law banning possession of semi-automatic rifles, concluding that the ban was substantially related to two important governmental objectives: protecting police officers and aiding in crime control.

Kavanaugh dissented. In his dissent, Kavanaugh began by stressing what did—and did not do:

So, as Kavanaugh explained, while constitutionally proved significant, practically the high court’s holding had limited impact: “Traditional and common gun laws in the United States remain constitutionally permissible.”

Kavanaugh next turned to the question of how, under controlling Supreme Court precedent, courts should evaluate the constitutionality of gun laws. His analysis, which spanned some 50-plus pages, thoroughly scrutinized and . The latter held the Second Amendment also protects individuals from state and local governments infringing upon their right to keep and bear arms. From this precedent, Kavanaugh concluded that the majority erred in applying intermediate scrutiny to judge the constitutionality of DC’s semi-automatic gun ban, writing:

Applying “text, history, and tradition” test, then, led Kavanaugh to conclude the D.C. gun provisions at issue were unconstitutional. “[L]ike the ban at issue in []” Kavanaugh wrote, the DC ban on semi-automatic rifles represents “outliers that are not traditional or common in the United States.” And “[a]s with D.C.’s handgun ban, therefore, holding these D.C. laws unconstitutional would not lead to nationwide tumult,” Kavanaugh added. “Rather, such a holding would maintain the balance historically and traditionally struck in the United States between public safety and the individual right to keep arms.”

Characterizing Kavanaugh As a Gun Nut Is Wrong

The Left, however, will ignore this entire analysis and instead present Kavanaugh as outside the mainstream, claiming the jurist would overturn bans on “assault weapons,” putting school kids at risk. Look for liberals to further this extremist narrative by highlighting decisions from other circuit courts which, like the DC circuit’s majority opinion, have upheld semi-automatic weapon bans. However, as I explained previously, those decisions blatantly ignore the Supreme Court’s analysis in and , yet the justices have inexplicably refused to intervene. A Justice Kavanaugh may soon change that.

But striking semi-automatic rifle bans is not “extreme” from a constitutional perspective given the prevalence of semi-automatic rifles and that they are “commonly use[d] by law-abiding citizens and [have] traditionally been lawful to possess.” Further, Kavanaugh rejected the more extreme view the plaintiffs in argued,that DC’s semi-automatic gun ban must be judged under the “strict scrutiny” standard. To satisfy “strict scrutiny,” the government must prove a law “furthers a compelling interest and is narrowly tailored to achieve that interest.” Kavanaugh recognized that “fewer gun laws might pass muster under strict scrutiny than under a history- and tradition-based approach,” which is “no doubt why the plaintiffs in and here have advocated strict scrutiny.”

Kavanaugh did not end there. He made clear that “just because gun regulations are assessed by reference to history and tradition does not mean that governments lack flexibility or power to enact gun regulations. . .. After all, history and tradition show that a variety of gun regulations have co-existed with the Second Amendment right and are consistent with that right, as the Court said in [].” For instance, bans on short-barreled shotguns and automatic weapons, concealed-carry laws, and laws barring possession by felons all remain valid.

Further, “when legislatures seek to address new weapons that have not traditionally existed or to impose new gun regulations because of conditions that have not traditionally existed, there obviously will not be a history or tradition of banning such weapons or imposing such regulations,” Kavanaugh added. But “[t]hat does not mean the Second Amendment does not apply to those weapons or in those circumstances. Nor does it mean that the government is powerless to address those new weapons or modern circumstances. Rather, in such cases, the proper interpretive approach is to reason by analogy from history and tradition.”

Democrats won’t like this approach, but then again, the Left don’t seem to the Constitution much these days, and that is the real reason they oppose Kavanaugh.

It bears emphasis that , while enormously significant jurisprudentially, was not revolutionary in terms of its immediate real-world effects on American gun regulation. Indeed, largely preserved the status quo of gun regulation in the United States. established that traditional and common gun laws in the United States remain constitutionally permissible. The Supreme Court simply pushed back against an outlier local law – D.C.’s handgun ban – that went far beyond the traditional line of gun regulation. As emphasized: ‘Few laws in the history of our Nation have come close to the severe restriction of the District’s’ law.’

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