State denies former Bridgeport principal her teaching license

The state Board of Education voted today to deny a teaching license to Carmen Perez-Dickson, the former Bridgeport principal who was suspended for dragging two students through the halls of her school.

News 12 Staff

Mar 3, 2016, 1:14 AM

Updated 3,059 days ago

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The state Board of Education voted today to deny a teaching license to Carmen Perez-Dickson, the former Bridgeport principal who was suspended for dragging two students through the halls of her school.
She had originally retired after serving her suspension in 2014, but later reapplied for her teaching certificate which was denied.
The state board unanimously opposed Perez-Dickson's appeal. 
The Connecticut Post reports her lawyer says they will appeal.
 


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