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  • Write a min 3-5p pay per that describes the Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession in Florida. Explain specific key elements.
  • In addition, describe three instances where the Code of Ethics was not applied by professional educators. Explained what you learned from this example.
  • You should include specific researched based examples. Please be sure to cite your work using APA formatting.  

 

Before the Education Practices
Commission of the State of Florida

RICHARD CORCORAN as the
Commissioner of Education,

Petitioner,

vs. EPC CASE No.: 22-0051-RT

Index No.: 22-118-AS
CHARLOTTE BARCIA, PPS No.: 201-1426
Certificate No.: 1310609

Respondent.
/

Final Order

Respondent, CHARLOTTE BARCIA, holds Florida educator’s Certificate No.:

1310609. Petitioner has filed an Administrative Complaint seeking suspension, revocation,

permanent revocation or other disciplinary action against the certificate.

Petitioner and Respondent have entered into a Settlement Agreement for resolution

of this cause. The Settlement Agreement and the Administrative Complaint are attached to

and made a part of this Final Order.

A Teacher Hearing Panel of the Education Practices Commission met on April 22,

2022 in Tampa, Florida. The Commission accepts the Settlement Agreement as the

appropriate resolution of this cause.

It is therefore ORDERED that the Settlement Agreement is hereby ACCEPTED and

Respondent shall comply with its terms and conditions.

This Final Order becomes effective upon filing.

Final Order
Page 2

DONE AND ORDERED, this 26th day of April, 2022.

COPIES FURNISHED TO:

Office of Professional Practices
Services

Bureau of Educator Certification

Superintendent
Duval County Schools
1701 Prudential Dr.
Jacksonville, FL 32207-8182

Professional Standards
Duval County Schools

1701 Prudential Dr.
Jacksonville, FL 32207-8182

Lawrence Harris
Senior Assistant Attorney General

Loretta Sloan, Clerk
Division of Administrative Hearings

Probation

NOTICE OF RIGHT TO JUDICIAL REVIEW
UNLESS WAIVED, A PARTY WHO IS
ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY THIS FINAL
ORDER IS ENTITLED TO JUDICIAL
REVIEW PURSUANT TO SECTION 120.68,
FLORIDA STATUTES. REVIEW
PROCEEDINGS ARE GOVERNED BY THE
FLORIDA RULES OF APPELLATE
PROCEDURE. SUCH PROCEEDINGS ARE
COMMENCED BY FILING ONE COPY OF A
NOTICE OF APPEAL WITH THE
EDUCATION PRACTICES COMMISSION
AND A SECOND COPY, ACCOMPANIED
BY FILING FEES PRESCRIBED BY LAW,
WITH THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL,
FIRST DISTRICT, OR WITH THE DISTRICT
COURT OF APPEAL IN THE APPELLATE
DISTRICT WHERE THE PARTY RESIDES.
THE NOTICE OF APPEAL MUST BE FILED
WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF RENDITION
OF THIS ORDER.

Final Order
Page 3

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a copy of the foregoing Order was sent by U.S. Certified Mail to:

CHARLOTTE BARCIA, , Jacksonville, Florida 32256 and C/O

ROBERT J. SLAMA, ESQ., 6817 Southpoint Parkway, Suite 2504, Jacksonville FL 32216;

and by electronic mail to: Bonnie Wilmot, Esq., [email protected] this 26th day of
April, 2022.

Request for Settlement Agr ement 2Case filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-3

Request for Settlement Agr ement 3Case filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-4

Request for Settlement Agr ement 4Case filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-5

Request for Settlement Agr ement 5Case filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-6

/s/ Bonnie Wilmot

Request for Settlement Agr ement 6Case filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-7

EDUCATION PRACTICES COMMISSION
STATE OF FLORIDA

325 W. Gaines Street 316 Turlington Building Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400 (850) 245-0455

LISA FORBESS

Executive Director

FAITH LENZO

Clerk of Court

AADIL AMEERALLY

Chairperson

KATHY WILKS

Co-Chairperson

April 26, 2022

Re: Richard Corcoran vs. Charlotte Barcia

EPC No.: 22-0051-RT; DOE No.: 1310609

Dear Ms. Barcia:

Charlotte Barcia

Jacksonville, Florida 32256

As you know, a hearing panel of the Florida Education Practices Commission reviewed the matter pending against you

in its entirety. Based upon the panel’s full consideration and upon the panel’s acceptance of your Settlement Agreement

at a public hearing, you are hereby reprimanded.

The Commission, composed of teachers, administrators, parents, law enforcement officials, former school board

members and former superintendents, believes that educators must exercise a measure of leadership beyond reproach.

The Commission cannot condone any act that bears negatively on the profession’s integrity, nor can the public who

employ us.

This letter of reprimand is being placed in your state certification file, and a copy is being sent to the

Duval County School Board for placement in your personnel file.

Before the Education Practices
Commission of the State of Florida

RICHARD CORCORAN as the
Commissioner of Education,

Petitioner,

vs. EPC CASE No.: 22-0040-RT

Index No.: 22-183-AS
IVETTE M. ACEVEDO, PPS No.: 190-0211
Certificate No.: 886584

Respondent.
/

Final Order

Respondent, IVETTE M. ACEVEDO, holds Florida Educator’s Certificate No.:

886584 Petitioner has filed an Administrative Complaint seeking suspension, revocation,

permanent revocation or other disciplinary action against the certificate.

Petitioner and Respondent have entered into a Settlement Agreement Amending

Administrative Complaint for resolution of this cause. The Settlement Agreement Amending

Administrative Complaint and the Administrative Complaint are attached to and made a part

of this Final Order.

A Teacher Hearing Panel of the Education Practices Commission met on June 3,

2022 in Orlando, Florida. The Commission accepts the Settlement Agreement Amending

Administrative Complaint as the appropriate resolution of this cause.

It is therefore ORDERED that the Settlement Agreement is hereby ACCEPTED and

Respondent shall comply with its terms and conditions.

This Final Order becomes effective upon filing.

DONE AND ORDERED, this 7th day of June, 2022.

COPIES FURNISHED TO:

Office of Professional Practices
Services

Bureau of Educator Certification

Superintendent
Orange County Schools
P.O. Box 271
Orlando, FL 32802-0271

Director of Personnel
Orange County Schools
P.O. Box 271
Orlando, FL 32802-0271

Lawrence Harris
Senior Assistant Attorney General

Loretta Sloan, Clerk
Division of Administrative Hearings

Probation

NOTICE OF RIGHT TO JUDICIAL REVIEW
UNLESS WAIVED, A PARTY WHO IS
ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY THIS FINAL
ORDER IS ENTITLED TO JUDICIAL
REVIEW PURSUANT TO SECTION 120.68,
FLORIDA STATUTES. REVIEW
PROCEEDINGS ARE GOVERNED BY THE
FLORIDA RULES OF APPELLATE
PROCEDURE. SUCH PROCEEDINGS ARE
COMMENCED BY FILING ONE COPY OF A
NOTICE OF APPEAL WITH THE
EDUCATION PRACTICES COMMISSION
AND A SECOND COPY, ACCOMPANIED
BY FILING FEES PRESCRIBED BY LAW,
WITH THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL,
FIRST DISTRICT, OR WITH THE DISTRICT
COURT OF APPEAL IN THE APPELLATE
DISTRICT WHERE THE PARTY RESIDES.
THE NOTICE OF APPEAL MUST BE FILED
WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF RENDITION
OF THIS ORDER.

Final Order
Page 3

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a copy of the foregoing Order was sent by U.S. Certified Mail to:

IVETTE M. ACEVEDO, , Orlando, Florida 32828; and by electronic

mail to: Ron Weaver, Esq., [email protected] and Bonnie Wilmot, Esq.,
[email protected] this 7th day of June, 2022.

STATE OF FLORIDA

EDUCATION PRACTICES COMMISSION

RICHARD CORCORAN, as

Commissioner of Education

Petitioner,

vs. CASE NO. 190-0211

IVETTE M. ACEVEDO,

Respondent.

________________________________/

SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AMENDING ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLAINT

Petitioner and Respondent hereby stipulate and agree as follows:

1. Certification. Respondent holds Florida Educator’s Certificate Number 886584

issued by the Department of Education covering the areas of Elementary Education, English for

Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and Mathematics,

which is valid through June 30, 2025.

2. Employment. At all times pertinent hereto, Respondent was employed as a

Staffing Specialist at Legacy Middle School in the Orange County School District.

3. Allegations.

a. Petitioner hereby amends the Administrative Complaint by striking

“an Administrator” from paragraph #2 and inserting “a Staffing Specialist” in its place.

b. Respondent neither admits nor denies, but elects not to contest the
allegations set forth in Petitioner’s Administrative Complaint, as amended, which are

incorporated herein by reference.

4. Letter of Reprimand. Respondent agrees to accept a letter of reprimand, a copy
of which shall be placed in her certification file with the Department of Education and a copy of

which shall be placed in her personnel file with the employing school district.

5. Probation. Respondent agrees that she shall be placed on probation for a period
of two (2) employment years. If Respondent is currently employed in a position requiring a

Florida educator’s certificate, probation shall begin upon the issuance of the Final Order by the

Education Practices Commission (EPC) provided the EPC has accepted this Settlement

Request for Settlement Agreement-2Document filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-3

IVETTE M. ACEVEDO

Settlement Agreement Amending Administrative Complaint

Page 2 of 4

Agreement. If Respondent is not currently employed in a position requiring a Florida educator’s

certificate, probation shall begin upon her re-employment in such a position. In the event

Respondent’s employment is interrupted for any reason prior to the expiration of probation, the

probation shall be tolled until Respondent resumes employment in a position requiring a Florida

educator’s certificate. If applicable, this probationary period shall commence upon completion

of any previous and currently incomplete probationary period imposed by a Final Order issued

by the Education Practices Commission. As conditions of probation, Respondent:

a. shall immediately contact the Department of Education upon employment

in Florida in a position requiring a Florida educator’s certificate or upon termination from such a

position. If currently employed in such a position, Respondent shall contact the Department of

Education within ten (10) days of the issuance of the Final Order accepting this Settlement

Agreement and Respondent shall provide the Department of Education with the name and

address of her work site as well as the name, address and telephone number of her immediate

supervisor;

b. shall make arrangements for her immediate supervisor to provide the EPC

with a true and accurate copy of each written annual performance evaluation or assessment

prepared by her supervisor within ten (10) days of its preparation;

c. shall pay to the EPC $150.00 within the first six (6) months of each

probation year to defray the costs of monitoring probation;

d. shall have the scope of her employment restricted to not proctoring,

supervising or administering any state or national standardized tests, including, but not limited

to, the FSA, HSCT, FCAT, ASVAB, PSAT, SAT and ACT, unless another proctor or

administrator is present for the duration of the test;

e. shall violate no law and fully comply with all district school board

regulations, school rules, and State Board of Education Rule 6A-10.081; and

f. shall satisfactorily perform her duties in a competent, professional manner.

6. Fine. Respondent agrees to pay a fine in the amount of $750.00 to the EPC

within the probationary period.

7. Violation. In the event Respondent fails to comply with each condition set forth

herein, she agrees that the Petitioner shall be authorized to file an Administrative Complaint or a

Notice of Violation with the EPC seeking sanctions against her Florida educator’s certificate up

to and including permanent revocation of her Florida educator’s certificate and a permanent bar

from re-application for a Florida educator’s certificate, based upon the violation of the terms of

this Settlement Agreement.

Request for Settlement Agreement-3Document filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-4

IVETTE M. ACEVEDO

Settlement Agreement Amending Administrative Complaint

Page 3 of 4

8. Costs and Fees. Respondent agrees that any costs associated with the fulfillment

of the terms of this Settlement Agreement shall be her sole responsibility. These costs include,

but are not limited to, those associated with the Recovery Network Program (RNP) and

Probation, if applicable. The probation monitoring fee shall be held in abeyance if Respondent is

not employed as an educator pursuant to the terms of the Probation.

9. Force and Effect. This Settlement Agreement constitutes an offer of settlement

of disputed issues of material fact until accepted and executed by all parties. The Settlement

Agreement has no force or effect unless executed by all parties. Upon execution by the parties,

this Settlement Agreement is a binding contract and neither party may withdraw prior to

consideration of this Settlement Agreement by the EPC. Approval of this Settlement Agreement

by the EPC is a condition subsequent. If the executed Settlement Agreement is rejected by the

EPC, it becomes void. If the Settlement Agreement is not accepted and executed by all parties,

the terms herein shall be inadmissible in any subsequent formal or informal administrative

hearing or in any other legal action between the parties.

10. Notice of “Three Strikes” Provision. Respondent is hereby put on notice that

Section 1012.795(6)(b), Florida Statutes, provides for permanent revocation of an educator’s

certificate under certain circumstances when the educator’s certificate has been sanctioned by the

Education Practices Commission on two (2) previous occasions.

11. Waiver of Rights. Respondent understands provisions of this Settlement

Agreement, their legal effect, and her rights under Florida law to a formal hearing before a duly

designated administrative law judge of the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH) or an

informal hearing before the EPC. Respondent specifically waives her right to both a formal and

an informal hearing, except she may appear before the EPC in order to urge the adoption of this

Settlement Agreement. Respondent further acknowledges that she is under no duress, coercion

or undue influence to execute this Settlement Agreement and that she has had the opportunity to

receive the advice of legal counsel prior to signing this Settlement Agreement.

12. Approval. The parties intend to be bound by this Agreement. When fully

executed, this Settlement Agreement is a binding contract and shall be submitted to the EPC with

the joint request by the parties that the EPC accept and adopt the terms of this Settlement

Agreement as the basis for its Final Order in this proceeding. The parties understand that the

EPC has the discretion to reject this Settlement Agreement and order a full evidentiary hearing

on the allegations of the Administrative Complaint if, in the exercise of its discretion, it deems

such action to be appropriate.

13. Notice. Respondent waives all statutory and regulatory provisions concerning

notice of hearing and agrees that this Settlement Agreement may be presented to the EPC for

consideration at its next available scheduled meeting, provided that Respondent is given

reasonable advanced notice of time, place and date of said meeting.

Request for Settlement Agreement-4Document filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-5

Request for Settlement Agreement-5Document filed with EPC (Request for Settlement Agreement)-6

EDUCATION PRACTICES COMMISSION
STATE OF FLORIDA

325 W. Gaines Street 316 Turlington Building Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400 (850) 245-0455

LISA FORBESS

Executive Director

FAITH LENZO

Clerk of Court

AADIL AMEERALLY

Chairperson

KATHY WILKS

Co-Chairperson

June 7, 2022

Re: Richard Corcoran vs. Ivette Acevedo

EPC No.: 22-0040-RT; DOE No.: 886584

Dear Ms. Acevedo:

Ivette Acevedo

Orlando, Florida 32828

As you know, a hearing panel of the Florida Education Practices Commission reviewed the matter pending against you

in its entirety. Based upon the panel’s full consideration and upon the panel’s acceptance of your Settlement Agreement

at a public hearing, you are hereby reprimanded.

The Commission, composed of teachers, administrators, parents, law enforcement officials, former school board

members and former superintendents, believes that educators must exercise a measure of leadership beyond reproach.

The Commission cannot condone any act that bears negatively on the profession’s integrity, nor can the public who

employ us.

This letter of reprimand is being placed in your state certification file, and a copy is being sent to the

Orange County School Board for placement in your personnel file.

Si l

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