Taking Back America By Taking Back Our Schools
Ms. Christine Jane Kirchner is a language arts teacher at Coral Reef Senior High School, Miami-Dade public schools. Ms. Kirchner in 2008 was appointed by the Miami-Dade School Board to the Lesson Plan Development Task Group. Kirchner was elected Vice President At-Large and sits on the Executive Board of the United Teachers of Dade (UTD).
So what’s so special about Christine Jane Kirchner?
According to the April 4th Education Practices Commission of the State of Florida report:
Kirchner was found guilty of “gross immorality or an act involving moral turpitude” and that she violated “the Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession”. Kirchner was found to have violated Florida State Statute 1012.795 (1)(d) and (1)(j), respectively.
What is the punishment given Kirchner?
The Florida Department of Education accepted a “Settlement Agreement”. The settlement agreement consists of a letter of reprimand and placing Kirchner on two years probation. Kirchner accepted the Settlement Agreement.
Kirchner will return to her classroom at Coral Reef High School and retain her position on the Executive Board of the UTD.
Does the punishment fit the crime? We report, you decide.