Central Florida Teacher Rights:
Returning to Work in the Midst of the Corona Virus Pandemic

Florida recently issued an emergency order requiring all brick and mortar schools to open at least five days per week for all students.

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Florida Teachers will likely have to return to work in August, while Florida currently has the third-highest number of Corona Virus cases in the country.

What are some options teachers may consider for preserving their employment and/or avoiding any potential disciplinary action in special circumstances where the they cannot return to work?

You will learn

For questions: If you would like me to cover a specific question during our webinar, feel free to include it in the registration form. I may not cover all questions due to time constraints, but I will do my best to cover as many as possible.

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Kenrick A. Pratt, Esq.

Kenrick A. Pratt, Esq.

Kenrick is a former, Police Officer, Forensic Scientist, and Educator. He’s licensed to practice law in Florida and the District of Columbia and has represented hundreds of employees in labor disputes and contract enforcement proceedings.

Kenrick is also a Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator and Florida Court Appointed Arbitrator. He’s serves as an Arbitration Chairperson and/or Arbitration panel member for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the American Arbitration Association (AAA), the American Health Lawyers Association Dispute Resolution Service (AHLA) and other programs.