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November 2014 Archives

How tenure can help you as a teacher in Florida

If you've been accused of having inappropriate relationships with your students or breaking rules at the school where you teach, you could be in a position where you're likely to lose or be suspended from your job. In less serious situations, teachers without tenure could be at risk of dismissal, even if the case eventually works out in their favor. Things like arguments with parents or unusual discipline methods could be harmful for some teachers' careers, but once teachers have tenure, it's very difficult to remove them from their positions.

Ex-teacher in Florida pleads guilty to crimes against children

You might have read about the story of a teacher who has now pleaded guilty to sex crimes in Florida. The man had previously not done so, which calls into question his admission of guilt. If you find yourself in this kind of situation, you need to know that pleading guilty doesn't always mean you are admitting to a crime; it may simply be a way to get a plea deal or reduced sentence.