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What is considered 'gross misconduct' for teachers?

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Last updated on 6 July 2016
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Is there guidance on what constitutes 'gross misconduct'? This article looks at National College guidance on teacher misconduct, and at policies that include examples of 'misconduct' and 'gross misconduct'. It also points to guidance on referring cases of misconduct to the National College.

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  1. 1 Teacher misconduct: National College guidance
  2. 2 Examples of misconduct: disciplinary policies
  3. 3 Referring cases of teacher misconduct to the National College

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