45:6-16.2 Application forms, determining competency of applicant.
2. a. The board shall prescribe the forms for any such application, and shall determine the competency of the applicant to teach the science of dentistry as predicated upon the applicant’s general and technical knowledge. In all cases the applicant shall submit proof satisfactory to the board of his graduation with a dental degree from a dental school and of his subsequent employment and professional experience. The dean of a dental school in which the applicant seeks employment shall: certify to the board that the applicant is properly qualified to teach, demonstrate and practice dentistry at the dental school; and furnish to the board supporting information from which the board can determine that the applicant’s general and technical level of knowledge and moral character suitably qualifies the applicant to teach, demonstrate and practice dentistry at a dental school in this State.
b. No dental school in this State shall employ, at any one time, more than 15 persons with limited teaching certificates who have graduated from dental schools not approved by the board. For the purposes of this section, if the dental school from which the applicant graduated is located in the United States, Canada, or a territory or possession of the United States, the dental school shall be approved by the board.
C. No such limited teaching certificate shall be deemed to authorize the certificate holder to engage in the private practice of dentistry outside of the premises of the dental school or its clinical facilitieS.A limited teaching certificate shall automatically expire upon the termination of the certificate holder’s employment by a dental school in this State.
L.1964,C. 168,S.2; amended 2007, C. 235, S.2.
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