Saturday, February 8, 2014

LAUSD'S IRIS STEVENSON- GUILTY OF TEACHING WHILE BLACK...AND BEING AT THE TOP OF THE SALARY SCALE - Perdaily.com

LAUSD'S IRIS STEVENSON- GUILTY OF TEACHING WHILE BLACK...AND BEING AT THE TOP OF THE SALARY SCALE - Perdaily.com:



LAUSD'S IRIS STEVENSON- GUILTY OF TEACHING WHILE BLACK...AND BEING AT THE TOP OF THE SALARY SCALE





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Veteran LAUSD Crenshaw High School teacher teacher Iris Stevenson has been cooling her heals in teacher jail at LAUSD for the crime of having taken her students to an event out of state without having signed LAUSD permission slips. Although she had parent permission and the prestigious trips she has taken her students on in the past have always been approved, this time she has been put in "teachers' jail" since December 2013, because she failed to get pro forma permission.

This is a completely unjustified use of incarcerating a teacher, since housing teachers should only be used when the teacher represents a threat to student safety and this form of isolation is necessary to allow a timely investigation to take place to determine if in fact the teacher threatens student safety as per the California Education Code. This was not the case with Ms. Stevenson nor is it the case with the vast majority of teachers who are being "housed" around LAUSD for the sole purpose of intimidating them into retirement.

Why? Because teachers at the top of the salary scale and/or about to vest in lifetime health benefits (which will cost LAUSD an additional $300,000 in presently unfunded liability) and/or disabled teachers are far more expensive than an uncredentialed Teacher for America-type teacher who they can get away with paying $35,000. In just the first year you force a veteran teacher into retirement, LAUSD would have a combined savings of $45,000 in salary and $15,000 in significantly diminished benefits. And that's just the first year, since the novice replacement will not attain the seniority and pay of the veteran for many years to come. And of course, LAUSD can "encourage" even these new teachers to move on after 2 or 3 years to preclude them 

He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named: Is Common Core the Lord Voldemort of... | Get Schooled | www.ajc.com

He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named: Is Common Core the Lord Voldemort of... | Get Schooled | www.ajc.com:



He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named: Is Common Core the Lord Voldemort of education? 

Tea party activists revisit Cobb’s school board
Phil Skinner
Tea Party members cheer after public comments in favor Cobb County’s decision not purchase new math textbooks for all grade levels that were aligned with Common Core during a school board meeting in Marietta on Thursday June 27th, 2013.
In 2010, Gov. Sonny Perdue gathered other governors, cameras and crowds at a local high school to unveil new national standards developed through an effort he led. Finally, said Perdue, teachers would have common standards that “articulate exactly what it is that we expect young people to know at different levels.”
Four years later, those Common Core State Standards have become the Lord Voldemort of education reform — “He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.”
At least not by the president.
Barack Obama skillfully avoided using the words in his extensive education comments in his recent State of the Union, referring to Common Core obliquely when he mentioned “more challenging curriculums” and “new ways to measure how well our kids think.” Obama was heeding the advice of proponents of the new national standards, who did not want to fuel the widespread contention that Common Core is a federal initiative — or, as it’s been dubbed by critics, ObamaCore.
The president’s omission was not overlooked by opponents of Common Core.
“We hope that this is a sign that the administration has now realized, like so many other Americans, that Common Core is of exceedingly poor quality,” said Emmett McGroarty, director of 

(Part 3) Attack on Teacher Pensions: IRTA Sues for Rights – Sarasota, FL meeting update | Reclaim Reform

(Part 3) Attack on Teacher Pensions: IRTA Sues for Rights – Sarasota, FL meeting update | Reclaim Reform:



(Part 3) Attack on Teacher Pensions: IRTA Sues for Rights – Sarasota, FL meeting update

My takeaway from the Feb. 5th meeting is about facts versus propaganda. Fact: Illinois is NOT too broke to pay teacher pensions.
IL Broke
Illinois Retired Teachers Association President Bob Pinkerton, Executive Director Jim Bachman, and Lobbyist Andrew Bodewes distributed five sheets of facts that demonstrate the reality of what was covered in parts 1 & 2 of this report. Here are a few of those facts.
* The proposed Fiscal Year 2015 state’s contribution to the retirement fund is scheduled as
$3,412,878,000.
* If the generally accepted actuarial methods were used, the state’s contribution would be
$4,062,168,000.
(Well, so much for legislative honesty in SB1′s legal assurances for the state to “pay its fair share” of pension contributions.)
- Current Pension Funding Status -
* Member 

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