There are many common themes and tools used when an educator is targeted. This post specifically looks to help derail and stop the subjective observation freight train. Read More
In case you haven’t heard by now, my federal lawsuit did not end the way we wanted it to. By “we” I do not mean just me, my lawyers and family, but rather “we” as also a countless group of educators, across the country, who needed a win against corruption and harassment in our public schools. Read More
The Executive Board by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of its members present shall have the power to expel, or to suspend for a term not exceeding one year, Read More
Workplace Bullying Awareness week ends tomorrow, but workplace bullying continues and escalates in the New York City Department of Education.
I know I don’t write on this blog as often as I used to. There … Read More
Turning the tables. That’s what progressive caucus?UFT Solidarity?began to do when members contact us that they?are?under warrantless attack. For almost a decade NYC DOE administrators had unfettered power to destroy careers. Problem with a teacher … Read More
Principal orders classroom locks of whistleblower to be changed during state test. Read More
A section of my blog I have not touched in over 2.5 years. The “Thank You” emails I received before I raised concerns and became a “bad teacher.” Read More
The fight for a proper public education in this country is multifaceted. If you want to get involved, you have to pick a front and get ready for battle. My?issue?is that I get involved on … Read More
Again, I spoke up on issues of PUBLIC CONCERN and had I not been tenured, I would have been fired. Read More
If you are reading this, then you should have read the?previous post on the decision.
I wish I was making this up. More lemons….more lemonade.
I was called to the DOE’s Office of Special Investigation (OSI). I was called in as a witness to something. When I returned to my … Read More
Before we get to Ms. Soto’s class from PS 13. I want to update you on the past two Donor Choose-Day projects.
I didn’t think that I would have to update my “Allegations Against Mr. Portelos” list again, but unfortunately I did. Those who have been working tirelessly to end my career hit a new … Read More
Today is my 7th day of my Termination Hearing (3020-a). I got out of the subway and ran into a man holding a large sign outside of Tweed (NYC DOE Headquarters). His name is Bill … Read More
It’s not only important that you can just read, but that you can … Read More
Since I came under attack, around the end of January 2012, a repetitive thought in my head was “Don’t Tread on Me.”. Thank you to my HS Social Studies … Read More