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1 question from some1 on Mon May 04, 2015 3:43 pm

raheemerick


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I have a friend na isang professional teacher (licensed) employed sa isang company (service provider). She signed a 4-year contract with the company stating that she'll stay with company after completing the 4 years agreement. By time she signed the contract, hindi pa siya nagtake ng board exam. And after a year of employment, she decided to take LET and fortunately passed. After months of thinking when to leave the company, she submitted her resignation letter. It was then the company file a claim for damages for breaching the employment contract. And what she had heard is that the company is also filing for the revocation of her license as a teacher due to such breach. Is this a valid ground to revoke her license?

She did not commit any grave violation in the company and has maintained a good reputation. She aims to work as full time teacher in a public highschool.



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2 Re: question from some1 on Mon May 04, 2015 3:45 pm

raheemerick


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eto mga grounds para sa revocation gn teachers lisc.

Sec. 23. Revocation of the Certificate of Registration, Suspension from the Practice of the Teaching Profession, and Cancellation of Temporary or Special Permit. — The Board shall have the power, after due notice and hearing, to suspend or revoke the certificate of registration of any registrant, to reprimand or to cancel the temporary/special permit of a holder thereof who is exempt from registration, for any of the following causes:
(a) Conviction for any criminal offense by a court of competent jurisdiction;
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(b) Immoral, unprofessional or dishonorable conduct;
(c) Declaration by a court of competent jurisdiction for being mentally unsound or insane;
(d) Malpractice, gross incompetence, gross negligence or serious ignorance of the practice of the teaching profession;
(e) The use of or perpetration of any fraud or deceit in obtaining a certificate of registration, professional license or special/temporary permit;
(f) Chronic inebriety or habitual use of drugs;cralaw
(g) Violation of any of the provisions of this Act, the rules and regulations and other policies of the Board and the Commission, and the code of ethical and professional standards for professional teachers; and
(h) Unjustified or willful failure to attend seminars, workshops, conferences and the like or the continuing education program prescribed by the Board and the Commission.

The decision of the Board to revoke or suspend a certificate may be appealed to the regional trial court of the place where the Board holds office within fifteen (15) days from receipt of the said decision or of the denial of the motion for reconsideration filed in due time.


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3 Re: question from some1 on Mon May 04, 2015 4:03 pm

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thanks!

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