AAE is the largest national organization in the US, with members in all 50 states. There goal is to foster professionalism in the classroom and are a non-union group. They believe that a classroom should help nurture and build students up to their highest potentials. They have a four part code of ethics: (1)ethical conduct towards students, (2)Ethical Conduct toward Practices and Performance, (3)Ethical Conduct toward Professional Colleagues, (4)Ethical Conduct toward Parents and Community
The National Education Association vision is to see that every student has the opportunity to experience attending a great public school. They believe that every student should be able to have a quality education. Their core values are equal opportunity, a just society, democracy, professionalism, partnership and collective action. Their code of ethics has 2 principals: commitment to student and commitment to the profession.
This education fact sheet is filled with lots of information pertaining to educator ethics. The information is given in a questions and answer format. It addresses the process before a potential teacher is hired and also after a teacher is hired. This document also addresses the potential outcomes of misconduct and what the Education Practices Commission exactly is.
This document states the Florida's code of ethics. There are a total of three code of ethics. In additon, this also includes the principles of professional conduct. These include five main categoies, which are then broken down even further for more clarity.