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Protect Teachers from Unsubstantiated Allegations of Abuse or Neglect

Require local education officials to remove any reference to an unsubstantiated DCF claim from teachers' personnel records and any other records relating to him or her.

  • Protect innocent teachers from false allegations by removing documents from teachers' files related to unfounded allegations of abuse or neglect that were investigated yet found to be unsubstantiated by DCF
  • Ensure final DCF report of unsubstantiated allegations against educators are not made public through Freedom of Information
  • Prohibit using any unsubstantiated claim report against a teacher for any employment-related purpose.
  • CEA Backing Legislation to Help Teachers Bearing Burden of Unsubstantiated Allegations

    It can be shockingly easy for an upstanding educator to face unfounded accusations that require an investigation by the Department of Children and Families (DCF). As the law now stands, even when educators are cleared of all wrongdoing they still face the stigma of being labeled "alleged perpetrators."

  • One Teacher's Road to Vindication

    What is your teaching career worth? In dollars and cents? If a school board illegally took your job away and destroyed your right to practice your profession, how much should they be made to pay?


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