Guidelines for teacher ethics won't become law in Alabama

08/14/2009 | Montgomery Advertiser (Ala.)

A panel of Alabama lawmakers rejected a plan to make an ethics code for teachers and school staff part of the state's administrative code. The Alabama Board of Education approved the ethics standards in 2005 and wanted to have them made part of state law. Legislators and the state teachers union argued that the rules are vague and could put teachers' licenses at risk because of misinterpretations.

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