The states Professional Standards Commission is scheduled to hear two complaints Thursday that have been filed against Bibb County Superintendent Romain Dallemand.
John Grant, chief investigator for the commission, would confirm only that the complaints against Dallemand were on the agenda for the commissions Thursday meeting. Grant said he could not provide any more details, such as the nature of the complaints or who filed them.
The commission has three options in terms of what action it can take when a complaint is filed against an educator, Grant said: decide to proceed with an investigation; decide there isnt sufficient probable cause to investigate; or refer the case back to the district board of education for which the educator works.
Grant said the PSC gets roughly 100 complaints a month and ends up investigating