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If the commissioner reasonably believes that a person required by 4 AAC 12.210(a) to report to the commissioner the person's knowledge of an act of sexual conduct has failed to file a report within the time provided by that section, the commissioner may
(1) investigate the matter as a preliminary step to determine whether the certificate of the person who allegedly failed to file the report should be suspended or revoked under AS 14.20.030 ; or
(2) refer the matter to the Professional Teaching Practices Commission for investigation and disposition under applicable law.
History: Eff. 8/11/91, Register 119
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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