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    [QUOTE=kelly;3802182]fyi :

    Partisan Teachers May Violate Federal Law, Ex-Election Board Member Says

    > [url]http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/11/01/partisan-teachers-violate-federal-law/[/url][/QUOTE]

    You should sue Newser for copyright infringement.

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    ~ ~ " . . . President Barack Obama’s administration is promoting national curriculum standards and a revamping of teacher pay that stresses performance rather than credentials and seniority . . . "

    ---> " . . . revamping of teacher pay that stresses performance rather than credentials and seniority. . . " :eek: :eek: :eek:






    :rolleyes: the teachers & their unions are gonna luv this :ohwow:





    > [url]http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-12-07/teens-in-u-s-rank-25th-on-math-test-trail-in-science-reading.html[/url]

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    [QUOTE=kelly;3852934]~ ~ " . . . President Barack Obama’s administration is promoting national curriculum standards and a revamping of teacher pay that stresses performance rather than credentials and seniority . . . "

    ---> " . . . revamping of teacher pay that stresses performance rather than credentials and seniority. . . " :eek: :eek: :eek:






    :rolleyes: the teachers & their unions are gonna luv this :ohwow:





    > [url]http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-12-07/teens-in-u-s-rank-25th-on-math-test-trail-in-science-reading.html[/url][/QUOTE]

    Paying teaches solely based on student performance is the dumbest idea ever. Period.

    I had great teachers when I was in school...and if they were paid based on my grades and the grades of quite a few of my friends...they'd all be homeless.

    But I expect people here who probably sleep with their college professors to think this is a good idea....

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;3852997]Paying teaches solely based on student performance is the dumbest idea ever. Period.

    I had great teachers when I was in school...and if they were paid based on my grades and the grades of quite a few of my friends...they'd all be homeless.

    But I expect people here who probably sleep with their college professors to think this is a good idea....[/QUOTE]

    It's cumulative, ding-dong. Not based on ONE student

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    [QUOTE=acepepe;3853004]It's cumulative, ding-dong. Not based on ONE student[/QUOTE]

    Police officers should be paid based on crime rates. That way, big cities would be paying their officers minimum wage and Cherry County Nebraska's cops would be pulling in 6 figures!!

    Every time a criminal commits a crime in a certain jurisdiction...cops should have their pay docked.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;3852997]Paying teaches solely based on student performance is the dumbest idea ever. Period.

    I had great teachers when I was in school...and if they were paid based on my grades and the grades of quite a few of my friends...they'd all be homeless.

    But I expect people here who probably sleep with their college professors to think this is a good idea....[/QUOTE]

    but let's give them tenure and job protection despite how bad the performances of some teachers may be.....

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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY;3853065]but let's give them tenure and job protection despite how bad the performances of some teachers may be.....[/QUOTE]

    When will anyone look at the management? In both the public and private sector the management complains about the worker as if they are helpless to do anything about it. If the employee sucks, follow through and get them fired, but nooooooo, god forbit they actually follow the rules to fire someone correctly.
    It happens daily, managers transfer the bad employees or simply ignore them. It is a two way street when it comes to unions and management.

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    [QUOTE=cr726;3853503]When will anyone look at the management? In both the public and private sector the management complains about the worker as if they are helpless to do anything about it. If the employee sucks, follow through and get them fired, but nooooooo, god forbit they actually follow the rules to fire someone correctly.
    It happens daily, managers transfer the bad employees or simply ignore them. It is a two way street when it comes to unions and management.[/QUOTE]

    absolutely agree and ironically the thread is about the head of the teachers union making half million a year...

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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY;3853551]absolutely agree and ironically the thread is about the head of the teachers union making half million a year...[/QUOTE]

    The head of the teachers union deserves to be under scrutiny, the books should always be opened up so the union knows what is going on with their dues.

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    [QUOTE=cr726;3853503]When will anyone look at the management? In both the public and private sector the management complains about the worker as if they are helpless to do anything about it. [B] If the employee sucks, follow through and get them fired, but nooooooo, god forbit they actually follow the rules to fire someone correctly.
    It happens daily, managers transfer the bad employees or simply ignore them. [/B] It is a two way street when it comes to unions and management.[/QUOTE]

    This is NOT very common anymore in private industry. Layoffs abound at most big companies..no more room for dead weight.

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    [QUOTE=southparkcpa;3853935]This is NOT very common anymore in private industry. Layoffs abound at most big companies..no more room for dead weight.[/QUOTE]

    But it happens and teachers are being laid off as well.

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    [QUOTE=cr726;3854073]But it happens and teachers are being laid off as well.[/QUOTE]

    did you not understand what he mean when he said "its' not very common"?? seemed pretty simple....

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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY;3854236]did you not understand what he mean when he said "its' not very common"?? seemed pretty simple....[/QUOTE]

    You can't have any pudding...

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    remember guys , . . it's ALL about the children :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=kelly;3858078]remember guys , . . it's ALL about the children :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    So says the person from the socialism capital of the world...

    How's the schools in Denmark? Atrcious, right? You can probably barely read or spell...hence your incorrect use of "~~~"....

    [QUOTE]Denmark, with a mixed market capitalist economy and a large welfare state,[6] ranks as having the world's highest level of income equality. Denmark has the best business climate in the world, according to the U.S. business magazine Forbes.[7] From 2006 to 2008, surveys[8] ranked Denmark as "the happiest place in the world", based on standards of health, welfare and education. The 2009 Global Peace Index survey ranks Denmark as the second most peaceful country in the world, after New Zealand.[9] In 2009, Denmark was ranked as one of the least corrupt countries in the world according to the Corruption Perceptions Index, ranking second only to New Zealand.[/QUOTE]

    What a happy, non-corrupt, peaceful sh*thole that place is....:rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;3861243]So says the person from the socialism capital of the world...

    How's the schools in Denmark? Atrcious, right? You can probably barely read or spell...hence your incorrect use of "~~~"....



    What a happy, non-corrupt, peaceful sh*thole that place is....:rolleyes:[/QUOTE]
    ~ :wavey: ok PlumberKhan :nutbar:, . . i see you have your happy face on :coocoo2:
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    Best and Brightest Teachers Key to Solving U.S. Education Crisis

    > [url]http://www.usnews.com/opinion/mzuckerman/articles/2011/01/14/best-and-brightest-teachers-key-to-solving-us-education-crisis[/url]

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    ~ ~ An Obama administration official on Wednesday confirmed that four states -- including Florida, Tennessee and Ohio -- have been granted waivers from the regulatory requirements of the national health care law.

    ~ UPDATE: The fourth state is New Jersey.

    > [url]http://spectator.org/blog/2011/02/16/cms-official-confirms-that-fou[/url]


    :rolleyes:

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