Your premises are not entirely accurate. These events may happen as you describe, but not necessarily so. In fact, the district can commence an investigation without notice or explanation to the teacher. The laws pertaining to teacher conduct standards and procedures for misconduct hearings are mainly set forth in the state Education Code, also some provisions in the CA Code of Regulations, case law (see e.g., Stull) and specific provisions of the applicable collective bargaining agreements.
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