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California has taken an important step in protecting students from being subjected to sexual misconduct by teachers. Recently, the California legislature enacted AB 872, which makes all sex offenses that require registration as a sex offender now also result in the immediate suspension of a teacher’s credential. The bill amends Education Code Section 44010 to add Penal Code Section 288.2, which relates ...

Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, section 80303, requires a report to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing within 30 days of certain employment actions. Amendments to section 80303 have been approved by the State Board of Education and take effect July 1, 2014. The amendments clarify some reporting requirements and the procedures by which the public may report a superintendent who fails to ...

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