Wash. Admin. Code § 132N-125-150 - Classroom misconduct and authority to suspend for no more than one day (Repealed)
Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022
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Classroom misconduct and authority to suspend for no more than one day.
(1) Faculty members have the authority to take appropriate action to maintain order and proper conduct in the classroom and to maintain the effective cooperation of students in fulfilling the objectives of the course.
(2) Bringing any person, thing, or object to a teaching and learning environment that may disrupt the environment or cause a safety or health hazard, without the express approval of the faculty member is expressly prohibited.
(3) Faculty members or college administrators have the right to suspend any student from any single class or related activity for no more than one instructional day, if the student's misconduct creates disruption to the point that it is difficult or impossible to maintain the decorum of the class, related activity, or the learning and teaching environment. The faculty member or college administrator shall report this suspension to the student conduct officer or designee on the same day of the suspension. In consultation with the faculty member, the student conduct officer may set conditions for the student upon return to the class or activity.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140(3). WSR 14-12-024, § 132N-125-150, filed 5/27/14, effective 7/7/14.]