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Teachers Union Gone Wild; The NJEA Not About The Children

25 Oct

Do teachers unions across the country have the best interest of the children in mind?

We Report, You Decide

Here is a behind the scenes peak at the New Jersey teachers when they don’t think anyone is watching.

Update (Saddleburr)

The grumbling and accusations against James O’Keefe have begun.  The Unionistas have been shown to be defiant, corrupt and criminal.  They don’t like that.

And here’s Part 2 of Teachers’ Gone Wild.  In this one a parent complains about his child being called the N-word by a teacher.  His negotiation with the Superintendent is instuctive.  The Teacher won’t be fired, but also he won’t be reprimanded if the parent stays silent.

If they thought Chris Christie was out for them before……

Update 2:  Christie responds.   We knew that there would be a comeuppance.  And a comeuppance it was!

 
6 Comments

Posted by on October 25, 2010 in Chris Christie, politics

 

6 responses to “Teachers Union Gone Wild; The NJEA Not About The Children

  1. fleeceme

    October 26, 2010 at 11:45 am

    Wow, good stuff. Thank you so much for sharing this.

     
  2. Pedro

    October 28, 2010 at 4:53 pm

    Not sure that you can characterize that as sweeping under the rug on the part of the Super but I get the message about tenured teachers being virtually untouchable. The sweeping part was obviously initiated and vigorously promoted by the caller. In fairness, the Super seemed a bit reluctant to accept that course of action. Fairness should be part of this analysis. What surprises me more is that tenured teachers can use racial epithets but they cannot discipline unruly students who may have earned the epithet. ACLU may be as complicit as the NJEA in this whole ugliness. I found other actions and behaviors in the edited video to be more shocking and revealing. What I’m saying is that an ambush witch hunt is what I would expect from the libs not the other way around.

     

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