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September 2014 Archives

Can you use corporal punishment in Florida?

As a teacher in a state that allows corporal punishment, it's important that you know when you can or cannot punish a pupil this way. Not following the requirements listed by the state could put your job in jeopardy, and you could even face assault charges from disapproving parents. To better understand what you have the right to do, speak to your administration directly. Here are some rules as set by Florida law.

Understanding criminal issues in a school setting in Florida

Teachers in private or religious schools face many of the issues that are found in public schools, despite the differences in the institutions for the students who attend them. Teachers who run into trouble in Florida could find that their certification is in jeopardy and that their careers, which seemed like such sure things just a short time ago, are also at stake.