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    My Teacher

    "If my teacher Was was recently suspended without pay from teaching for supposedly making threatening comments and the evidence is only he say she say evidence what can he do ."


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    He should start looking for another job
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    No i think he can ask for the notice period.

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    If the teacher is covered under a collective bargaining agreement, then he should confer with the local union representatives to file a grievance. If the teacher is not covered under a CBA, then he should explore whether he is covered under a civil service protection system.

    In contrast, if the teacher does not have an individual employment contract and is an “employee at will,” then he may not have any options to challenge his suspension.