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1The States Parties to this Convention wish, by joint action, to improve their respective school systems by deploying the teacher or other professional educator wherever they are trained, and declare that it is the policy of each of them to benefit, on the basis of co-operation between them, from the preparation and experience of such persons wherever they are acquired, and thus serve the best interests of society, education and the teaching profession. The purpose of this Agreement is to provide for the development and implementation of such cooperation programmes facilitating the movement of teachers and other teaching personnel between States Parties and to approve specific intergovernmental treaties on educational personnel in order to achieve this objective. In addition, each district school board may establish a peer support procedure. This process can be part of the regular grading system or used to assist staff on performance probation, newly hired teachers, or staff requesting support. No later than December 31, 2014, the State Board of Education shall adopt rules for the implementation of this paragraph, including rules approving specific teacher preparation programs not listed in this paragraph that may be used to meet the requirements of mastery of professional preparation and educational competence. Although Cundy v Lindsay and Phillips v Brooks had an uneasy coexistence which led to confusion (e.g. Ingram v Little,[15] the principle was confirmed by a 3-2 majority in the House of Lords decision of Shogun Finance Ltd v Hudson. [16] The minority of Lord Nicholls and Lord Millett strongly argued in favour of abandoning Cundy v. Lindsay and the principle that all mistaken identity only renders a contract voidable; For example, Lord Nicholls argued that the loss should be borne by the seller, «who bears the risks associated with the separation of his goods without receiving payment», and not by the innocent third party. The District Director`s recommendations for school-level learning should take into account applications received from the respective school heads.

Before transferring a teacher with a vocational teacher diploma from one school to another, the district principal shall consult with the principal of the host school and allow the principal to review the teacher`s records, including student results as documented in accordance with section 1012.34, and to interview the teacher. If, in the opinion of the Director, students would not benefit from the internship, another internship may be sought. The customer may refuse mediation in accordance with § 1012.28 paragraph 6. In a face-to-face contract, the court assumed that the seller intended to enter into a contract with the person before it, so the contract was not void due to mistaken identity. School districts are encouraged to provide mechanisms for middle school teachers who hold only a K-6 teaching certificate to obtain subject coverage for intermediate grades through post-secondary courses or additional district certification. Res Sua, there is an error regarding the title/name of a party involved (if, for example, the subject already belongs to oneself) In this landmark case, Lindsay & Co sold handkerchiefs to a villain who claimed to be an existing and respected company Blenkiron & Co (they acted by correspondence). The contract was cancelled due to a mistake, as Lindsay & Co intended to enter into a contract with Blenkiron & Co, not the villain. Lindsay & Co were able to recover the fabrics from a third party who had bought them from the villain (since the villain did not have a good title to pass on to them). Mistaken identity occurs when a party – usually deceived by a «thug» – believes they are negotiating with another uninvolved third party.

[5] [6] In such a typical situation, the contract is voidable either for error or fraud. Such a distinction depends on the way in which the contract was concluded. There are two types: (1) the contract, which is concluded between absences when the parties do not meet in person, for example by correspondence; and (2) Contract concluded inter praesentes — when the parties meet face to face.[7][8] One commentator notes: «There are few areas of contract law more annoying than mistaken identity. [9] The English approach offers the buyer less protection against a thug than the American law. [10] A villain posing as Richard Greene, a popular actor, told the complainant who had promoted the sale of his car and offered to buy it at the advertised price of £450. The villain then added his signature, which clearly said «R. A. Green» on a cheque he presented to the seller; He then had the chance to take the car with him.