I have been pretty open in my criticism of the UFT leadership on this blog and other forums. There is no doubt that I have voiced my opinion that the largest local in the United … Read More
Here is a test. Open Google.com and search my principal’s Senior Field Counsel network attorney -?Marisol Vaqzquez esq
She is my principal’s attorney and has been advising her from day one. ?Great job … Read More
What Does @deBlasioNYC Mean for @NYCSchools?
I do not have an answer to that question. All my research, that my educator exile has afforded me, has not given me anything concrete as to … Read More
DOElemma: When a NYC Department of Education attorney, or official, has to decide between what’s … Read More
See updated (10/10/13) information at the bottom
“This conversation may be recorded for quality … Read More
“I have to call DOE Legal.”
“I’ll let you know after I speak to Legal.”
“They said contact Legal if the teacher continues to resist”
“Legal will know what to do”
“Legal will … Read More
Wrapping up What Would — Do? Week with what would you do?
What Would Dennis Walcott Do?
What … Read More
Continuing with “What Would — Do?” Week. Yesterday was Chancellor Dennis Walcott and today Deputy Chancellor David Weiner. His bio can be found below.
I met and … Read More
I’m trying to write about this based on a blurred memory of the events that I think transpired this week. Monday March 11, 2013, I attended the Panel for Educational Policy meeting at Brooklyn Tech … Read More
What happens when you can’t control the guy who is blowing the whistle? Well, you … Read More
“We want the worst possible teachers in the classroom” – … Read More
Please remember to hide your Time Card in a safe place to prevent transparency.?
No pin required. Just write in … Read More
On Tuesday November 27, 2012, I spent the day efficiently converting oxygen to carbon dioxide for the 103rd day in the Rubber Room. At night, I attended an Educators 4 Excellence event at Baruch College. … Read More