Stacy V. Pollock weighs in on Thomas v. Dayton Pub. Schools Board of Education
Ever since the Ohio General Assembly amended the state’s teacher termination statute (R.C. §3319.16) years ago to reference a “good and just cause” standard, school boards have struggled to understand what constitutes “good and just cause.” Last week, an Ohio state court of appeals confirmed that a teacher’s failure to enter her student’s final grades constitutes “good and just cause”, and thus is a terminable offense under R.C. §3319.16…
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