Consent Resolutions

Both the Commissioner and the certificate holder involved in a disciplinary matter have the opportunity to suggest that a matter be resolved in a consent resolution prior to a citation being issued.

This process is utilized when the Commissioner has determined that the facts require some action against the individual’s certificate or certain conditions on his or her practice. It is a voluntary process that results in a written agreement on the facts and the outcome as they relate to the certificate holder’s practice.

Consent resolution agreements will be made public on the Discipline Decisions page of this site, unless that would cause significant hardship to a person who was harmed by the certificate holder. If the agreed on outcome is the suspension or cancellation of certificate for the certificate holder in question, that information will be recorded on the public registry.

Office of the Commissioner for Teacher Regulation

Ensuring that concerns about the competence and conduct of certificate holders are addressed independently, fairly, expeditiously and in the public interest.

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