Working to Defend Teachers’ Certificate and License
Have you received a certified letter from the Florida Department of Education Office of Professional Practices Services indicating you are under investigation? The Office of Professional Practices Services (PPS) investigates alleged misconduct by educators in Florida who hold an educator's certificate and pursues disciplinary actions against the certificates of educators who they have found to have committed acts of misconduct.
The PPS investigates when facts are presented alleging a violation has occurred as provided in Section 1012.796, Florida Statutes, and defined by rules of the State Board of Education. If you have received a certified letter from PPS regarding your teaching certificate, it is imperative you contact an experienced Florida licensing attorney. The licensing attorneys at Herdman & Sakellarides, P.A., have aggressively defended hundreds of teacher certification cases, and will utilize our experience and knowledge of education law to protect your rights and interests. Contact us at (727) 785-1228.
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