From the Associated Press:
“A Rhode Island school district has voted to fire all the teachers at an underperforming school.
The Central Falls School Committee voted Tuesday evening to fire every educator at Central Falls High School at the end of the school year.
It’s the only school in the tiny, impoverished city north of Providence. Only about half its students graduate, and only 7 percent of 11th-graders were proficient in math in 2009.”
With a 50% dropout rate and a 7% math proficiency, it is crystal clear that the teachers at this school are grossly negligent in performing their duties.
Gross negligence doesn’t bother the teachers union though…
“The Central Falls Teachers Union says it is reviewing legal options and hasn’t decided what action to take.”
What’s worse is that you and I are paying these teachers to be this bad.
And how many of you in the private sector can only be 50% good at your overall job and only 7% effective on one of your primary job responsibilities and still sue your employer if they fire you?
You can if you’re a government union employee.
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Categories: Gov't Workers & Unions