Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission (UPPAC)

The Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission is a committee of nine educators and two community members charged with maintaining and promoting a high standard of professional conduct and ethics among Utah teachers. It is advisory to the Utah State Board of Education in making recommendations regarding educator licensing and disciplinary action for educator misconduct.

Ethics Training

Prevention and Correction: Overview
National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC)

  • NASDTEC offers a four hour online course that is pre-approved for current and former educators subject to a Consent to Discipline with requirement for Educator Ethics training.

Membership and Meetings

UPPAC Recruitment

UPPAC is now accepting applications for appointment to the Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission.

2022 Meeting Schedule

Friday, January 7

Friday, February 11

Friday, March 4

Thursday, April 14

Friday, May 13

Friday, June 10

Thursday, August 11

Friday, September 9

Friday, October 14

Thursday, November 10

Friday, December 9

Commission Members and Affiliations

Classroom Teachers

April Johnson, Murray School District

Brenda Kraack, Salt Lake District

Brianne Moon, Davis School District

Corby Briggs, North Sanpete School District

Cynthia Phillips, Weilenmann School of Discovery

Stacy Stoker, Juab School District

Community Members

Corey Fairholm

Terri Francis

Other Education Assignment

Travis Cook, Provo School District

Susanne Kuresa, Logan City School District

Rich Nielsen, Granite School District