Again, that would depend on your state laws andtbe details of your
case. Not sure of your problem though, since you won your job back
and found a better one elsewhere. On 12/29/13, teacher wrote:
> It's the illegal letters in my file that are slander and libelous
> preventing me from getting another job. I live in NYC. It's too
> to go to another district.
> On 12/29/13, jme wrote:
>> Still, this has nothing to do with slander or libel.
>> 12/29/13, teacher wrote:
>>> In my state, a "tenured" teacher who is dismissed or contract
>>> not renewed can file an appeal with a state board, and a
>>> will be held. This is stated on the letter
>>> dismissing the
>>> teacher. However, the appeal must be filed
>>> within 10 days, I
>>> believe. Usually the teacher's
>>> association will fund a lawyer.
>>> I know that this is not the
>>> case in every state, so teachers, if
>>> you are dismissed from
>>> your job, IMMEDIATELY seek guidance from
>>> your teacher's
>>> association rep.
>>> For the record - I know this because this
>>> happened to me...and I
>>> won my job back with back pay. I
>>> have since found a teaching
>>> position in a better school
>>> district with better pay in the same
>>> 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!
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