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When a school district commences an investigation into teacher unprofessional conduct (nothing to do with child abuse or sex) there is usually a first conference when the the teacher is told of the reasons the investigation began, and of the intent to discipline due to the findings. Is the district responsible for accurately presenting the true facts relative to why the investigation began. If they dont disclose the whole truth of the reason, is this an ethical matter, or are there guidelines that must be followed? Who makes these guidelines and how are they enforced? Is ethics an enforceable factor? Where would the policies be found and what laws dictate the way in which schools should proceed?