Tenure, Dismissal, and Due Process
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Grounds for Termination Under Connecticut's Teacher Tenure Law ...

Grounds for Termination Under Connecticut's Teacher Tenure Law ... | Tenure, Dismissal, and Due Process | Scoop.it
The Teacher Tenure Law in Connecticut “sets out strict termination and due process requirements for teachers, whether or not they have tenure.”[4] Teachers who have attained tenure can only be dismissed following a ...
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New Action on Teacher Evaluation – our record is clear « New ...

“Two years in a row of “ineffective” ratings could lead to a 60 day termination process- no matter how senior the teacher, no matter how experienced, no matter whether they have tenure.” January 2011 –“We OPPOSE tying tenure decisions to ...
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Difficulties firing tenured teacher - San Jose Mercury News

Difficulties firing tenured teacher - San Jose Mercury News | Tenure, Dismissal, and Due Process | Scoop.it
Difficulties firing tenured teacher
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A bill that would have expedited the firing of teachers was shot down last summer in committee, but has been reintroduced.
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THOMPSON v. MEMPHIS CITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION ...

On April 23, 2009, Ms. Thompson moved for partial summary judgment, arguing that the undisputed facts established that she had been dismissed in violation of both the Tenure Act and her constitutional right to due process.
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A Look at Connecticut's Current Teacher Tenure Policies ...

A Look at Connecticut's Current Teacher Tenure Policies ... | Tenure, Dismissal, and Due Process | Scoop.it
... teacher can still appeal a dismissal decision to the Superior Court! In other words, once tenure is earned, it entitles a teacher to lengthy and costly due process protectionsbefore dismissal, which can take over a year!
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Social Networking Policy Holds School District Staff to 'Higher Standard'

Social Networking Policy Holds School District Staff to 'Higher Standard' | Tenure, Dismissal, and Due Process | Scoop.it
New policy advises employees that information 'deemed inappropriate' could be cause for firing non-tenured staff or certifying tenure charges (RT @NMHS_Principal: Oh boy! N.J.
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