Teacher was Retaliated for Engaging in Union Activity. A Small Win at PERB.

In sum and substance, an administrative law judge can hold a small trial to see if you were retaliated against for engaging in union activities. If so, then the employer probably violated Section § 209-a of the Taylor Law. Continue reading

NY Appellate Court Rules School Leadership Team Meetings Be Open to the Public

Finally! I love when there’s a win for parents, the community and transparency.  As most of you know, my battle began when I became a parent and questioned violations of state law and chancellor’s regulations at my school’s School Leadership Team. See here .  Years later, Michael Thomas, a teacher that was… Continue reading

The Gadsden Flag Significance in Fighting Back

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 teacher, Mr. Bruns (Port Richmond 1996 and, ironically, former IS 49 teacher.) I printed out a picture of the Gadsden flag… Continue reading