34. Where the committee determines the complaint to be well-founded or where the teacher admits to having committed the alleged fault, the Minister may, if he deems it advisable and after giving the teacher at least 10 clear days to present observations in writing, suspend, revoke, or attach conditions to the teaching licence of the teacher. The Minister shall request the advice of the inquiry committee that determined the complaint to be well-founded.
The Minister shall notify the complainant, the teacher and the school board in writing of his decision and the reasons therefor; the notice shall inform the teacher that he may contest the Minister’s decision before the Administrative Tribunal of Québec and state the time within which a contestation must be made.
1988, c. 84, s. 34; 1997, c. 43, s. 321.