Educator Investigations is responsible for ensuring that Texas educators meet the highest standards of professionalism and ethical behavior. Staff reviews criminal histories and reports of misconduct to determine if a sanction should be placed on an educator's credentials or in the case of a non-certified employee whether or not he or she is employable.
Review the Superintendent Requirements for Reporting Educator Misconduct-FAQs
Review the following for information about criminal history checks for applicants. Additionally, see information about the Preliminary Criminal History Evaluation for individuals who believe they may be ineligible for certification due to a conviction or deferred adjudication for a felony or misdemeanor offense.
Criminal History Checks for Certificate Applicants-FAQs
Preliminary Criminal History Evaluation-FAQs
Review the information below about conduct that can lead to disciplinary action and criminal activity considered directly related to the education profession. Link to disciplinary rules approved by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) and the Disciplinary Policy established by the Board.
Disciplinary Policy and Mission Statement established by the SBEC Board
Sanctions against Educators
Review the list of disciplinary actions taken against educators and look up an educator's official certification.
List of Disciplinary Actions taken against Texas Educators
Link to the official certification records for Texas educators