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The College investigates and resolves complaints about College members related to professional misconduct, incapacity and incompetence.
Members accused of professional misconduct have a right to procedural fairness, including the right to answer and defend, to be presumed innocent until proven otherwise, and to have matters dealt with in a timely manner. They also have a right under law to appeal.
By proportion, complaints against teachers are rare. The College has 234,000 members. About 90 people on average face a public hearing in any given year.
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