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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
- Chapter 20. Teachers and School Personnel
- Section 30. Causes For Revocation and Suspension.
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AS 14.20.030. Causes For Revocation and Suspension.
- (a) The commissioner or the Professional Teaching Practices Commission may revoke or suspend a certificate only for the
- (1) incompetency, which is defined as the inability or the unintentional or intentional failure to perform the teacher's
customary teaching duties in a satisfactory manner;
- (2) immorality, which is defined as the commission of an act which, under the laws of the state, constitutes a crime
involving moral turpitude;
- (3) substantial noncompliance with the school laws of the state or the regulations of the department; or
- (4) upon a determination by the Professional Teaching Practices Commission that there has been a violation of ethical or
professional standards or contractual obligations.
- (b) The commissioner or the Professional Teaching Practices Commission shall revoke for life the certificate of a person
who has been convicted of a crime, or an attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit a crime, involving a minor
under AS 11.41.410
- 11.41.460 or a law or ordinance in another
jurisdiction with elements similar to an offense described in this subsection.
- (c) The commissioner or the Professional Teaching Practices Commission shall request the chief administrative law judge
), to appoint an administrative law judge employed by the office of administrative hearings to preside at a hearing
conducted under this section. AS 44.64.060
and 44.64.070 do not apply to the hearing.
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