New York Civil Service Attorney Law Blog

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Tag Archives: 3020a

Article 78 for teaching license reinstatement denied

Posted in 3020a, Article 78, Civil Service Discipline, Teacher Issues
Petitioner retired while 3020a disciplinary charges were pending against him.  The Appellate Division Second Department held that the teacher was presumed to have known the Chancellor’s rule that you cannot have your license reinstated if you resign with 3020a charges pending.   Read about this Article 78 3020a case here.… Continue Reading

Education Law 3020(a) termination decision upheld

Posted in 3020a, Civil Service Discipline, Teacher Issues
After and Education Law 3020-a hearing the Petitioner was terminated from employment with the New York City Department of Education. DOE.  She had been a tenured teacher and was charged with failing to plan and execute lessons after being observed on numerous dates. The Court ruled that the teacher “failed to implement the school administration’s… Continue Reading

NYC Tenured Teachers Petition to Expunge Letters of Reprimand Denied

Posted in 3020a, Article 78, Civil Service, Civil Service Discipline
In the Matter of Helen Hickey v. New York City Department of Education In the Matter of Rachel Cohn v. New York City Department of Education Petitioners Helen Hickey and Rachel Cohn are two tenured teachers who seek to have “letters of reprimand” removed from the personnel files for failure to follow Education Law §… Continue Reading

3020-a Morrell v. DOE

Posted in 3020a, Civil Service
In the Matter of Renee Morrell v. New York City Department of Education   Pursuant to CPLR 7511 and Education Law § 3020-A, Petitioner sought to vacate the findings and recommendations made by a hearing officer regarding her employment as a tenured teacher. The hearing officer found Petitioner guilty of disciplinary charges that were filed… Continue Reading