What should a Florida teacher do if accused of FSA or EOC test administration misconduct?
Florida teachers are often required to help administer FSA or EOC tests. Administering these tests can put a teacher at risk if they aren’t careful.
What types of issues could cause a teacher to face accusations of test misconduct?
- Giving too much or too little time
- Helping students outside of what the test administration manual allows
- Pointing to answers
- Telling a student to check their answers
What can happen to a teacher if accused of helping students on an FSA or EOC test?
The Florida Department of Education takes these accusations seriously. Many teachers have been told they will face at a minimum a suspension. If you face an accusation of helping students on a standardized test, contact Asselta Law P.A. immediately. Richard Asselta is experienced in defending teachers at the district, state, and in administrative hearings. Call 855-338-5299.