PSC Revokes Certification
Monday, 05 July 2010

July 5--  In a case that took three years, the Georgia Professional Standards Commission reports it officially revoked the education credentials of former Montgomery County School Superintendent Dale Clark on May 28.

Earlier, Clark had lost her appeal in a hearing before a state administrative law judge after the state claimed Clark violated ethical standards regarding misrepresentation or falsification, failure to make a report and professional conduct.  

The case was first reported to the PSC in the Summer of 2007 and revolved around Clark's handling of alleged sexual contact charges between her daughter, a high school counselor, and a male student at Montgomery County High School.

Another case against Clark involved the use of school system cell phones by family members of school employees.  Those charges regarding misuse of public funds were not included in this Spring's admin law hearing, however, the PSC reports the charges will be considered should Clark decide to reapply for a new Georgia Educator Certificate.

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