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Common causes for suspension or revocation of teachers’ licenses

Professional practitioners, like teachers, are guided by ethical standards to prevent them from abusing, mistreating, or taking advantage of the people they interact with; however if these ethical rules are violated, penalties are imposed to them, sometimes resulting in the suspension or revocation of a license.

Teachers’ licenses may be subjected to suspension or revocation for many reasons. Among these, some common ones include:

  • Abusing or harassing students
  •  Accepting bribes in any form
  • Having an inappropriate relationship with a student
  • Illegally acquiring properties owned by the school also endanger their license.

Having your teaching license suspended or revoked can seriously compromise your career as a teacher. If you are facing such professional consequences in Texas, talk with a lawyer from the Leichter Law Firm about how you can defend yourself. Learn more about your legal options by calling 512-495-9995 today.


Teacher jailed for instructing students to hit bully

A teacher was sentenced to serve a jail term and undergo probation after being convicted of official oppression, according to a report from My San Antonio on Tuesday, August 20.

In the report, Judson Independent School District teacher Cynthia Ambrose was prevented from teaching for one year by the Texas Education Agency and made to serve a 30-day jail sentence after she was found guilty of instructing students to hit a bully in her class. According to the trial, Ambrose told other students to hit a 6-year-old boy.

Being convicted of an offence can negatively affect your career as a teacher. Fortunately, you are not without legal options and have the right to defend yourself and your teaching license. To talk with a lawyer from the Leichter Law Firm about defending your license in Austin, call 512-495-9995 today.