Petitioner was a teacher of catering who resigned to take a chef’s position. Petitioner returned to a different school and was given a “U” rating and terminated. Petitioner filed an Article 78 petition without filing a grievance claiming that his termination was arbitrary and capricious, an abuse of discretion and violated his right to have

Teacher received an “U” rating due to a number of factors including attendance and lateness for the 2010-2011 school year. She received unsatisfactory ratings in seven categories in her Annual Professinal Performance Review (APPR). Her principal wrote to her stating that improperly prepared paperwork would be considered and unsatisfactory rating.

As was her right the

Matter of Jeffrey Baker v Poughkeepsie City School District

Petitioner, a Business Manager for the Poughkeepsie City School District, brought about this Article 78 proceeding to review a determination of the School District adopting the recommendation of a hearing officer which found petitioner guilty of eight charges of misconduct and incompetence and terminated his employment.

In this Article 78 case, petitioner, David Vetter, was a probationary teacher for the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk Central School District for the 2005-2006 school year. In 2006, the Board of Education voted to terminate petitioner due to allegations of misconduct but did not provide written notice of this decision until a month later – two days before

Matter of Bruce Harris v Department of Education of the City of New York

In this Article 78 appeal case, petitioner sought to challenge respondents’ determination terminating petitioner’s employment as a New York City school teacher and to gain reinstatement of his employment with back pay and benefits. After a hearing, petitioner, a tenured teacher

Matter of Janet Wilson v Board of Education of Harborfields Central School District

In this Article 78 proceeding, Petitioner Janet Wilson sought to review a determination of the Board of Education of the Harborfields Central School District declining to extend her employment contract. Supreme Court granted her appeal which resulted in the Board pursuing an