Is the Pennsylvania General Assembly adequately funding public education or are its members deliberately violating two provisions of the Pennsylvania State Constitution?
Is a cheerleader’s vulgar Snapchat post about her school’s cheerleading squad protected, First Amendment speech?
Are Pennsylvania state government officials required by the Pennsylvania Constitution to fund public schools equitably?
May a school district employee be dismissed without prior opportunity to respond to allegations of wrongdoing or be forced to wait nine months later to determine if the dismissal was proper?
Is it immoral for the Director of a Pennsylvania vocational-technical center to physically threaten to punch one educator and then three hours later threaten to put a gun to the head and shoot a second educator?
Can a school entity’s local policy restrain employees from wearing religious emblems as jewelry, but allow secular emblems to be worn?
If an educator is arrested for new criminal charges alleging conduct which appears to pose a threat to the welfare of students, will their certificate immediately be suspended pending outcome of the new charges?
Although a Superintendent did not issue an annual rating for several educators for each of two years, are those educators still entitled to “professional employee” status after the second year?
May a school entity terminate an educator if she does not “command respect and good will of the community" surrounding the school?
Is an educator student sexual relationship, which continued after the student graduated from high school, still grounds by which to sanction the educator?
Can a Pennsylvania educator forfeit their accumulated funds within the Public School Employees Retirement System (PSERS)?