Propst case moves to ‘due process’ stage; attorney releases statement
July 18, 2019
ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) -- The Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GPSC) said the investigation into Rush Propst is now in the “due process stage.”
This comes months after the Colquitt County school board
The commission said they have cause to penalize Propst’s teaching license.
Propst now has the option to either accept the recommended sanction, or ask for a hearing to contest it.
The commission said they couldn’t comment further until the case is closed.
Kelley O’Neill-Boswell, Propst’s attorney, issued a statement to WALB Thursday.
In May, WALB