Georgia Professional Standards Commission will not reopen Dallemand case

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Doctor Romain Dallemand’s case with the Georgia Professional Standards Commission will not be reopened.

That’s according to GPSC officials.
   
After his teaching certificate was taken away in October, Dallemand had a chance to appeal the decision. He had to respond within 30 days, but didn’t do it.

Because he was late, the GPSC will not hear the case unless a judge decides to re-open it.

John Grant, the chief investigator with the GPSC, says Dr. Dallemand may never be able to teach again in the US.

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