Perhaps a few examples will provide further reassurance for evaluators. In Pennsylvania, a substitute teacher brought charges of libel, slander, and harassment against a principal based on a letter that said the teachera#39;s ... The letter, in addition to being sent as notice to the substitute teacher, was also sent to the director of secondary education and ... In California, a teacher sued a former administrator for libel because of critical remarks made in a recommendation letter written at heranbsp;...
|Title||:||Evaluating Professional Support Personnel in Education|
|Author||:||James H. Stronge, Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation, Virginia M. Helm|