In a case handled by the Law Office of Glass & Krakower an arbitration award was reversed and but one portion of the arbitrator’s determination was affirmed. The facts underlying this case were: a Public School Teacher enrolled her granddaughter in a school whose geographical district the child did not reside in. The arbitrator recommended termination of the employee. On appeal it was found that the child was a City resident and accordingly was entitled to a tuition- free education. The final determination of the appeals court was that the teacher had filed a false instrument but the penalty of termination was inappropriate and this case was sent back to the lower court to impose a lesser appropriate penalty.