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> > better. Better teachers, better facilitators,
> better "inspirers."
> > So how do we get rid of those that are not doing
> the job?> Patty
> Problem is...you can't. The only thing we can do is
> bitch about it...which
> we actually do quite well here. Toodles......
I agree, we can't but most States have a way of
removing tenured teachers who are not doing their job.
The main requirement is a Principal and
Superintendant who are willing to follow the rules.
In Illinois, a teacher must be given a chance to
remediate ( the State will even provide $$$ to hire
other teachers to help the wayward teacher improve.
If the teacher fails to improve areas defined as
deficits in their remediation plan the district may
fire the teacher. This process usually takes a year
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