Do you really believe that after the DOE gets you to resign or you voluntarily resign, they will welcome you back and return your hard-earned tenure to you?
I have a bridge to sell you.
If you resign and decide to come back so that you can get a tenured position, I believe your chances of getting to this goal is zero. The NYC DOE is currently spending too much money and time to throw tenured pedagogues out.
However, I guess there will be a few lucky ones who know where to pass the buck.....
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Is a tenured teacher who resigns from teaching and then subsequently applies and is hired to teach at another school automatically entitled to tenure in the new position?by edlawfaqs