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Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission (UPPAC) is a committee of nine educators and two community members charged with maintaining and promoting a high standard of professional conduct and ethics among Utah teachers. It is advisory to the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) in making recommendations regarding educator licensing and may take appropriate disciplinary action regarding educator misconduct.

UPPAC Recruitment

UPPAC is soliciting applications to fill membership positions beginning July 1, 2015. Please refer to the memorandum and application below if you or someone you know is interested.

Memorandum

Application

Flyers

Attention Licensed Educators: Reporting Arrests

Educators are Role Models

Forms

Aggravating and Mitigating Circumstances

Educator Notification of Arrest

Notification of Alleged Educator Misconduct

Reports

A Review of Professional Conduct in Utah's Public Schools

Representing Yourself at a UPPAC Hearing

Administrative Rules

UPPAC

R686-100
Notification to Educators, Complaints and Final Disciplinary Actions

R686-101
Hearing Procedures and Reports

R686-102
Request for Licensure Reinstatement and Reinstatement Procedures

R686-103
Review of License Due to Background Check Offenses

R686-104
Alcohol Related Offenses

R686-105
Drug Related Offenses

USBE

R277-514
Sanctions for Educator Misconduct

R277-515
Utah Educator Standards

R277-516
Education Employee Required Reports of Arrests and Required Background Check Policies for Non-licensed Employees