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Discipline Committee members hear and determine matters related to alleged professional misconduct and/or incompetence against College members. The parties to a hearing are the College and the member who is the subject of the complaint.
It is the responsibility of the Discipline Committee to determine if the teacher is guilty of professional misconduct or is incompetent and, if so, to determine and impose the appropriate order. Such orders may include:
Discipline hearings are generally open to the public. The committee panel may direct that the public be excluded from a hearing under certain circumstances.
Dates and times of upcoming hearings are available in advance to the public and the media.
* Incompetence findings are not subject to publication, fines or fixed costs.
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