*The Disciplinary action included in this report was obtained from the Ohio Board of Education.

It represents disciplinary action taken against school employees from 2008 - 2013.

The Ohio Board of Education reviews the actions or complaints against educators before making a determination about the status of their teaching license. They also review applications for teaching licenses.

580 educators were disciplined in the past six years in nine northeast Ohio counties. They faced nine different types of disciplinary action from the Board of Education.

"Educator misconduct is addressed by imposing several types of disciplinary action. The least severe disciplinary action is a letter of admonishment. The more severe disciplinary actions include a license being limited, suspended, revoked or permanently revoked or an application for a license being denied or permanently denied. A consent agreement is a settlement agreement that addresses an educator's misconduct through rehabilitative efforts to give an educator an opportunity to remain in the teaching profession if certain terms and conditions are met"

SOURCE: Office of Professional Conduct at the Ohio Department of Education.

Below are the types of actions educators faced:

  • Consent Agreement
  • Consent Agreement, Limitation
  • Consent Agreement, Suspension
  • Denial
  • Letter of Admonishment
  • Permanent Denial
  • Permanent Revocation
  • Revocation
  • Suspension
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