Monday, June 12, 2017

Keith teachers express frustration at New Bedford School Committee meeting

Keith teachers express frustration at New Bedford School Committee meeting

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

where is dejesus going???

Anonymous said...

i would certainly hope that at the conclusion of this school committee meeting that mayor mitchell finally grew a set and realized that pia and the administration is out of control. how can any "manager" let this continue. these are members of his community tormented enough to step down from careers they love.my bet is he made a deal with the devil and the teachers are paying for it.
good to see josh finally get a clue.

Anonymous said...

For the life of me, I cannot believe the subject of lack of retention in the New Bedford Public Schools has become a revelation. Denial, ignorance, call it what you want, this has been a streaming video that has been played out since Durkin and her surrogates took over. If someone did the research and documented the amount of fabulous teachers that have either left or retired because of school or district administrators, the numbers would be staggering. It would be very easy to get the research if documents existed from an exit interview, but guess what, neither an exit interview or exit document exist or take place. How about that for professionalism? But it all makes sense because there is no paper trail and that could be just the way Durkin likes it. All we know are that teachers come and go. Although administrators create a gauntlet for teacher portfolios and evals, the actual process of retaining teachers is zitch. Seems administration could care less how proficient they are.There are various reasons why teachers leave New Bedford and I would have to believe the biggest reason is lack of support from school administrators and the nonsensical foolishness that come from PRAB. As we say in New Bedford, the fish rots from the head.

Anonymous said...

"What kind of mayor would I be if I undermined my superintendent?"

Direct quote