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Teacher Can't Bring Whistleblower Action Against Charter School Operator

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, April 16, 2018 | 451 | 0 | 123 min read

The Texas Supreme Court on Friday ruled that a third-grade teacher could not assert a claim against her former employer for retaliating against her for complaining about the mold in her workplace that had allegedly caused her to fall ill. The problem for Doreatha Walker was that she wasn’t a public school teacher — she worked for an open-enrollment charter school operated by a tax-exempt entity. Though the Texas Whistleblower Act would have provided her with a cause of action against a public school district if it fired her for having reported health code violations at ...

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