Saturday, April 17, 2010

Last hired, first fired

The education industry does not normally have to talk about down sizing. But when it does, the dialogue is a monologue. The teacher's that lose their job are the one's that were hired last. I suppose this is only "fair." Just not so fair to the high performing young teachers who this often impacts the most, or the students who are stuck with the unmotivated, tenured teacher who collects a pay check sometimes twice that of the new teacher. MCEA should reconsider the tenure process, and who is terminated and when.

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