Q&A: Suspended Before Graduation?

Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission Q & A

The Utah State Office of Education’s legal team answers your questions about Utah’s public education system here on Fridays. In this edition a parent wants to know if it is legal for a school to keep her student from participating in the graduation exercises. The answer and how to submit your question are in the June 7 UPPAC’s Q&A. . . . → Read More



UPPAC Q&A: Didn’t Report Your Arrest?

Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission Q & A

The Utah State Office of Education’s legal team answers your questions about Utah’s public education system here on Fridays. In this edition a teacher wants to know what are the professional consequences of not reporting an arrest. The answer and how to submit your question are in the April 12 UPPAC’s Q&A . . . → Read More



UPPAC Q & A for January 27, 2012

Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission Q & A

The Utah State Office of Education’s legal team answers your questions about Utah’s public education system here every Friday. In this edition, who should help students use the restroom? The answer to that question, plus learn who can pick up a student from school in the case of estranged parents. Find out the answers to these questions in the UPPAC Q & A. . . . → Read More



UPPAC Q & A for January 20, 2012

Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission Q & A

The Utah State Office of Education’s legal team answers your questions about Utah’s public education system here every Friday. In this edition, can schools have a “one-strike-you’re-out” policy for previously expelled students? That answer, plus the truth about what’s become a hot topic for a growing number of parents: Are immunizations required? Find out the answers in the UPPAC Q & A. . . . → Read More



UPPAC Q & A for January 13, 2012

Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission Q & A

The Utah State Office of Education’s legal team answers your questions about Utah’s public education system here every Friday. In this edition: Is the “Pledge” required under state law? And how about a law capping the number of students per classroom? Find out the answers in the UPPAC Q & A. . . . → Read More