Gilchrist Teacher of the Year on Administrative Leave
For the second time this year, a North Central Florida "Teacher of the Year" will teach no more.
Gilchrist County schoolteacher Steve Broker, who taught and coached at Trenton Middle- High school for more than 15 years will not return to his classroom next month.
Broker is accused of making inappropriate advances toward students.
After a two-day hearing, school board members told TV 20, this evening they decided Broker will remain on administrative leave until his sick time kicks in, and then he will retire.
In April, a former Alachua County "Teacher of the Year" lost his job after a sworn complaint was filed against him.
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