On 1/01/14, Real Teacher wrote:
> I assume that you are a NYC teacher. You have every right to
> examine your file. Contact your union's district
> representative and ask that he/she view the file with you. The
> District rep will yank out the illegal material, and any
> negative material 3 years or older.
> On 12/28/13, teacher wrote:
>> Is it true a teacher can sue a principal and assistant
>> principal for slander, defamation and libel? Hope you all
>> have insurance!
In my last public school teaching gig, I sued the Supt., school
board, and their attorney for defamation of character. I didn't
get the full million but it was a very good addition to my
retirement nest egg.
These days, I'm always careful with what I say about my
subordinates, knowing full well that I can be sued for what comes
out of my mouth.
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