Built to fight, but not to win? Appeal denied.

I slept rather well last night. This, despite receiving news that the second highest court in the country, the Court of Appeals, denied my appeal for my first amendment federal case last August. Continue reading

DOE Administrative Trials Unit and “Reading Comprehension”

It’s not only important that you can just read, but that you can also comprehend what you read. Isn’t that what we teach and test students on Reading comprehension is extremely important. What Common Core Learning Standard does that fall under I wouldn’t know as I have been barred from… Continue reading

David Pakter Comments from Paris, France

Some of you might have read my post last week titled The David Pakter Saga – An All Too Familiar Story. I sent that to David and he was able to return with a comment from Paris, France. I felt that his comment would be somewhat lost at the bottom… Continue reading

The David Pakter Saga – An All Too Familiar Story

David Pakter -“NYC Teacher of the Year” to Windowless Rubber Room. The Three R’s of Education – Rubber Room is Retaliation. 1997 “Teacher of the Year” David Pakter and NYC Mayor Giuliani Any teacher under attack should also read, actually MUST READ, the David Pakter story. A very lengthy and… Continue reading