Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 teachers rights cases

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Wed. January 12, 2022

-
I don't know if Hayden was great in the classroom, but he defended his students' right to learn and teachers' rights to teach. While a professor at UCLA in 1972, he acted as the sole plaintiff against the chief of police in a landmark California Supreme Court case regarding covert activities by police officers ...
They asked the court to hear the case expeditiously to protect their fundamental rights and freedoms. ... Justice Makau directed the case be mentioned on Thursday for further directions. ... The petitioners want the court to stop further violation of the Constitution and to ensure teachers' rights are protected.

The votes also come as the Denver teachers union, which sued the district for approving innovation plans it argued eroded teachers' rights, is gaining ... “It's probably equally important to learn from the cases where schools are renewing, as well as from these few schools that aren't, as to how we create the ...
But a teachers' rights group asked the Comelec and Department of Education (DepEd) to provide ample protection for teachers who will be serving in the ... Antonia Lim of ACT Cebu told SunStar Cebu that both agencies should provide insurance for public school teachers who are involved, in case of ...
“This case is about the denial of collective agreement entitlements to the grievors because the employer, for whatever reason, chose to ignore the .... “The Yukon government should not be permitted to overwhelm the YTA on the issue of temporary teachers' rights – it has far greater resources than a ...
Leaders from FEB and Suteba presented their case to a tribunal court in La Plata today to try to stop the formal resolution presented by Maria Eugenia Vidal last week that ... The injunction presented by the unions said the decree is "unviable," violates teachers rights and the provincial teacher's statute.

It's persuasive because wedded to it, yet never fully articulated, is the notion that teachers in academies work harder precisely because their schools do not have to respect teachers' rights to decent working conditions. Academies merely reveal the truth behind all of that dissembling: they are a drive aimed ...
“The agents in civilian clothes had no manners,” a source with knowledge about the case told the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI). “They didn't show a warrant but they had a piece of paper from the IRGC's Sarallah Headquarters.” “When Mr. Habibi resisted arrest and demanded to see a warrant, ...
The Denver teachers who challenged a landmark state law that allows school districts to put certain experienced educators on unpaid leave lost their cases Monday. The Colorado Supreme Court ruled against the educators, who sued Denver Public Schools in 2014 alleging that the state's largest district ...
A related case, Yohn v. California Teachers Association, is still pending, and its advocates said Tuesday they will likely continue to push it regardless of the justices' ultimate decision in Janus. Both cases involve whether the First Amendment allowed dissenting public-sector union members to opt out of ...
The FDE had formally put up their promotion case to the CADD's Promotion Cell on November 2, 2017. Almost a month later, December 6 to be exact, the CADD Departmental Promotion Committee met and approved all those cases after thorough discussion. However, the promotions haven't been ...
Esmail Abdi, 44, arrested in November 2016, is serving a six-year prison sentence for peaceful activism in support of teachers' rights. Trade unionist Reza ... The Judiciary routinely assigns the most hardline judges to rule on political cases, and in many cases, forces defendants to hire lawyers they approve.
The most famous of the cases, in 1962, concerned a New York law that required public schools to open each day with the Pledge of Allegiance and a ... The following year the justices decided a case in which a Pennsylvania student objected to participating in school Bible readings each morning.
Now, one public sector worker's lawsuit may result in the overturning of the Supreme Court's 1977 decision. ... The current case, Janus v. ... Friedrichs, a California teacher, argued forcing nonunion employees to pay union dues, which funded causes Friedrichs did not support, violated teachers' rights.
CHICAGO (CN) – A 2012 Indiana law that allows schools to ignore tenure status when making layoff decisions cannot be applied retroactively to teachers who have already attained tenure, the Seventh Circuit ruled Monday. Joseph Elliott worked at Dupont Elementary School in Madison, Ind., for 19 years ...
Require the state Department of Public Instruction to post a summary of teachers' rights and protections under state and federal law on its website, and require ... Require law enforcement agencies in most cases to notify a public or private school when a student commits or is arrested for a felony or violent ...
In a letter announcing his hunger strike on April 30, 2017, the teachers' rights activist said he would continue to refuse food “until my case is investigated in a normal way outside the security apparatus.” “Is it a crime to protest the plunder of public funds, especially the teachers' pension fund? Do teachers ...

The last Supreme Court case, making arguments similar to the Janus case, involved a California schoolteacher, Rebecca Friedrichs, and ended in a 4-4 tie in June 2016, four months after Justice Antonin Scalia's death. Since then, a handful of competing cases across the country, including Hartnett's, have ...
The ruling brings sixth form teachers' rights up to date with staff in primary and secondary education, and means any college staff taking part in future industrial action must be paid accordingly. It is believed that similar cases may surface against schools and colleges as a result. Ms Chris Keates, NASUWT ...
Esmail Abdi, 44, arrested in November 2016, is serving a six-year prison sentence for peaceful activism in support of teachers' rights. Trade unionist Reza ... The Judiciary routinely assigns the most hardline judges to rule on political cases, and in many cases, forces defendants to hire lawyers they approve.
Now, one public sector worker's lawsuit may result in the overturning of the Supreme Court's 1977 decision. ... The current case, Janus v. ... Friedrichs, a California teacher, argued forcing nonunion employees to pay union dues, which funded causes Friedrichs did not support, violated teachers' rights.
He has successfully defended religious freedom in schools and in the public square in landmark cases in Louisiana and nationwide. He said this resource was created to answer many of the most frequently asked legal questions and misconceptions about religion on campus. “It's very important and timely ...
... to religious expression, the rights of religious student organizations and organization involvement and teachers' rights. “Louisiana Student Rights Review” is available as a free online resource at: http://www.mikejohnsonforlouisiana.com/religious_expression_in_schools. A hard copy of the publication will ...
“But we're not for those that take away teachers' rights and local control.” Beth said the moves will help ... Furthermore, Lindquist said the investigative procedure in such cases has not been spelled out. “They've been specific on the ... “With other districts, that might not be the case. We're always concerned ...
The decision in November 2016 overturned a B.C. Court of Appeal ruling that found the province did not violate teachers' rights to bargain class sizes and ... As part of the Supreme Court of Canada ruling on the teacher's lawsuit, the union and provincial government agreed to give districts time to work out ...
The decision in November 2016 overturned a B.C. Court of Appeal ruling that found the province did not violate teachers' rights to bargain class sizes and ... As part of the Supreme Court of Canada ruling on the teacher's lawsuit, the union and provincial government agreed to give districts time to work out ...
Hipkins said getting the balance right between teachers' rights and children's safety was important to maintain the public's confidence. Like everyone else ... EC senior manager of professional responsibility Andy Greig said the council dealt with each teacher on a case-by-case basis. For example, if a ...
In reality, political demands are intrinsically woven into socioeconomic grievances in the case of Iran. ... Although at least 17 (out of 31) branches of the ITTA are officially registered, its ability to organisationally and politically defend teachers' rights has remained limited with many of its leading members ...
... and Endorsement 4023 Professional Ethics 4024 Teachers' Rights, Responsibilities and Duties 4027 Part Time Certified Employees 4028 Substitute ... for safety and crisis teams and are working on an app for staff personal cell phones that will let them communicate directly in the case of an emergency.
Lawton's case drew the attention of state politicians who were pressured by conservative activists and citizens after a separate video shot earlier that day got thousands of retweets on social media. This video shows a different faculty member telling TPUSA students they must go to the "free speech zone," ...
CHICAGO (CN) – A 2012 Indiana law that allows schools to ignore tenure status when making layoff decisions cannot be applied retroactively to teachers who have already attained tenure, the Seventh Circuit ruled Monday. Joseph Elliott worked at Dupont Elementary School in Madison, Ind., for 19 years ...
Require the state Department of Public Instruction to post a summary of teachers' rights and protections under state and federal law on its website, and require ... Require law enforcement agencies in most cases to notify a public or private school when a student commits or is arrested for a felony or violent ...
In a letter announcing his hunger strike on April 30, 2017, the teachers' rights activist said he would continue to refuse food “until my case is investigated in a normal way outside the security apparatus.” “Is it a crime to protest the plunder of public funds, especially the teachers' pension fund? Do teachers ...
Janus and Hartnett don't support unions, they don't want to pay those fees, and they, in separate lawsuits, assert that paying them violates their First ... Since then, a handful of competing cases across the country, including Hartnett's, have been making their way through the appellate system toward the ...
The Center for Individual Rights (CIR) filed the latter case on behalf of Rebecca Friedrichs, a California teacher who argued forcing nonunion employees to pay union dues, which funded causes Friedrichs did not support, violated teachers' rights. In March 2016, after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the ...
The ruling brings sixth form teachers' rights up to date with staff in primary and secondary education, and means any college staff taking part in future industrial action must be paid accordingly. It is believed that similar cases may surface against schools and colleges as a result. Ms Chris Keates, NASUWT ...
The most famous of the cases, in 1962, concerned a New York law that required public schools to open each day with the Pledge of Allegiance and a ... The following year the justices decided a case in which a Pennsylvania student objected to participating in school Bible readings each morning.
Charli Jones Parker appeals sentencing: cites constitutional equal employee ruling claiming discrimination against teachers rights to physically ... In that case, charges against Decatur High School school teacher, Carrie Witt and an aide accused of having relations with their students were dismissed.
The decision in November 2016 overturned a B.C. Court of Appeal ruling that found the province did not violate teachers' rights to bargain class sizes and ... As part of the Supreme Court of Canada ruling on the teacher's lawsuit, the union and provincial government agreed to give districts time to work out ...
AFT President Randi Weingarten justified the unions' compliance with the grave erosion of teachers' rights with the cynical phrase “school reform with us, not against us” Both she and ... This case could illegalize “agency fees”—those required in some states by employees who opt out of union membership.
CHICAGO (CN) – A 2012 Indiana law that allows schools to ignore tenure status when making layoff decisions cannot be applied retroactively to teachers who have already attained tenure, the Seventh Circuit ruled Monday. Joseph Elliott worked at Dupont Elementary School in Madison, Ind., for 19 years ...
At Lund, “the rules in these cases are often that when there is an apparent gender imbalance in the authors in a reading list, this should be noted, and there should ... “Just as in the case of student influence, it seems easier to dig into individual cases and blame the whole system for faults rather than seeing ...
Require the state Department of Public Instruction to post a summary of teachers' rights and protections under state and federal law on its website, and require ... Require law enforcement agencies in most cases to notify a public or private school when a student commits or is arrested for a felony or violent ...
In cases in which classes aren't brought into compliance with the contract, ... on action plans to avoid compliance violates the teachers' rights.”.
Require the state Department of Public Instruction to post a summary of teachers' rights and protections under state and federal law on its ...
For teachers, the moment they stop learning is the moment they stop caring for themselves and for their students. In my case, I never stopped ...
... in many cases, make women and their children eligible for protection. ... days, she remembers her asylum case simply as one stress among many, ... for gender equality, teachers' rights, and human rights from Honduras; ...
In a letter announcing his hunger strike on April 30, 2017, the teachers' rights activist said he would continue to refuse food “until my case is ...
... working incessantly on a considerable number of cases of members ... for addressing teachers' rights and responsibilities on a global scale.
Janus and Hartnett don't support unions, they don't want to pay those fees, and they, in separate lawsuits, assert that paying them violates their First ... Since then, a handful of competing cases across the country, including Hartnett's, have been making their way through the appellate system toward the ...


 

news and opinion