Harassed Employees Can File a DDC Complaint Against Attorneys Involved in Harassment

Whether harassed NYC DOE employees know it or not, there is at least one attorney assisting in the harassment every step of the way. When administrators are engaged in unethical acts, so are their attorneys. Perhaps we haven’t found someone who holds the administrators accountable (waiting for de Blasio/Faria), but we do have a group that can hold the attorneys to ethical standards. The DDC or Departmental Disciplinary Committee. Continue reading

DOE’s Digital Duct Tape

There are roughly 136,000 employees that work within the NYC Department of Education. I believe it is safe to say that every single one has an email account like fportelos@schools.nyc.gov. In fact so do all the investigators working at the Special Commissioner of Investigation. There is one exception. One employee… Continue reading

600 Days – Paid Not to Teach

According to the daily counter on my smartphone, today is 600 days since I last taught a class. I can bore you with the details of what has transpired in the last 600 days, but it will take long and you can just as easily peruse through www.educatorfightsback.org What I… Continue reading