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Georgia Professional Standards Commission Meeting Report - April 2024

Updated: 4 days ago


The following topics were discussed during the Georgia Professional Standards Commission’s (GaPSC) monthly meetings April 10-11, 2024:

Ethics

During the Educator Ethics Review Committee meeting, Senior Assistant Attorney General Wylencia Monroe stated that accusations against educators are considered to be allegations during the investigation phase. They do not become adjudicated facts unless and until the case is resolved by a consent order or a final order is issued by an administrative law judge.

 

The Commission approved all recommendations submitted by the Educator Ethics Review Committee.

Educator Preparation and Certification The Commission granted Developmental Approval for the Literacy Specialist program at the University of Georgia and the Dyslexia Endorsement at Piedmont University.


Other Business

Commission Chair Brian Sirmans commended everyone who worked on the GaPSC Ethics Symposium, which was reported to be a great success.

 

A brief legislative report was provided during the April 11 meeting. The Commission believes that no recently passed legislation will require any new rule making action on its part.

May GaPSC Meeting The next meetings will be May 8-9, 2024.



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