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Each state provides laws governing education agencies, hiring and termination of teachers, tenure of teachers, and similar laws.
ALASKA: Teacher's certificate may be revoked or suspended for incompetence, immorality, substantial noncompliance with school laws or regulations, violations of ethical or professional standards, or violations of contractual obligations.
Teachers may be dismissed or suspended by local school boards on similar grounds.
The NASUWT is calling for urgent action to regulate all supply agencies and introduce national standards for the employment of supply teachers.
Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, said: “Supply teaching is a tough job, made even harder by the exploitation and poor employment practices supply teachers often face.
“Supply teachers are a vital resource for schools especially in the light of the current recruitment and retention crisis.
“Yet the poor treatment of supply teachers is unfortunately entirely representative of the unacceptable employment practices which are found in too many workplaces across the country and which the government fails to address.” The survey attracted almost 1,000 responses and found that half of supply teachers believe they are used to cover the lessons of the most disruptive pupils.
Conceived by Matt Miller and The Katydids, TEACHERS chronicles the misdeeds and awkward interactions of six mid-western elementary school teachers just tryin' to navigate the pitfalls of internet dating and adult female friendships all while molding America's youth. As education recruitment specialists, we work hard to share the latest and most exciting vacancies in this sector and to attract the most talented candidates in the area.We supply teachers and support workers to Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools across the country, as well as FE (further education) & SEN (Special Educational Needs), in all key stages and subjects, including Higher Education and on a 1-2-1 basis.The information below summarizes the grounds on which a state may revoke or suspend a teaching certificate or on which a district may dismiss or suspend a teacher.See Find Law's Teachers' Rights section for additional articles and resources.