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HB 6043 - Requires School Districts to Report Inappropriate Conduct within 60 Days - Michigan Key Vote

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Title: Requires School Districts to Report Inappropriate Conduct within 60 Days

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Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that requires school districts to report any inappropriate conduct to that state within 60 days of receiving the information.

Highlights:

 

  • Requires that a full or part-time school official under contract in an intermediate school district, public school academy, or nonpublic school report to the state department within 60 days upon receiving information on a school employee’s unprofessional conduct or listed offense (Sec. 1230).

  • Defines “unprofessional conduct” as acts of immorality, moral turpitude, inappropriate behaviour, or listed offense involving a minor (Sec. 1230).

  • Defines “listed offense” as the term defined in the sex offenders registration act of 1994 involving a minor or child (Sec. 1230)

  • Specifies that a criminal conviction is not required for determining whether or not a particular act constitutes unprofessional conduct (Sec. 1230).

Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: Requires School Districts to Report Inappropriate Conduct within 60 Days

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