Change in teacher's salaries

imaginethat

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So doing the math we have 35 states out of 50, with four of those not having any tenure at all, with 16 of them using performance to grant tenure (thats captain obvious). The layoff point is rather mute because art will be cut before math regardless of the tenure.
You're pretty good at slinging bullshit from the hip.

Show me an example of math being cut before art.
 
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imaginethat

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all states with exception of FLA, NC, Kansas and Idaho have tenure.
there are 50, (not 57 as a president(Obama) stated)

50-4=46

46/50*100= 93.2% of states have TENURE..


once a teacher has gotten tenure, it is very difficult to fire them or lay them off.


so kiss my butt not on the right side, not on the left Side but right in the middle on the rosie red sphincter

Proving once again I am not the Liar in this forum.. that Title is taken by a hypocritical Divorced bigoted Christian/conservative phobic Canadian



from my link

Florida, North Carolina, Kansas and Idaho have chosen to repeal tenure outright, phase out tenure or remove due process provisions, though Idaho’s effort to abolish tenure was reversed by its voters.
Sixteen*states use teachers’ performance ratings as a component of decisions to grant tenure.
Seven states require districts to return teachers to probationary status if their performance is rated unsatisfactory.
Instead of making lay-off decisions on the basis of tenure status or seniority, 11 states require that teacher performance be the primary consideration. Another state, Washington, adds this requirement in 2015-16.*Ten*states explicitly prohibit the use of tenure status or seniority
Please read what you quote, and you too Sabcat.

Four states have no tenure. And Instead of making lay-off decisions on the basis of tenure status or seniority, 11 states require that teacher performance be the primary consideration. Another state, Washington, adds this requirement in 2015-16.*Ten*states explicitly prohibit the use of tenure status or seniority

And, 46/50 is .92 or ninety two percent. And 35/50 is 70 percent.
 
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Please read what you quote, and you too Sabcat.

Four states have no tenure. And Instead of making lay-off decisions on the basis of tenure status or seniority, 11 states require that teacher performance be the primary consideration. Another state, Washington, adds this requirement in 2015-16.*Ten*states explicitly prohibit the use of tenure status or seniority

And, 46/50 is .92 or ninety two percent. And 35/50 is 70 percent.
Ok. What is your point?
 
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Once again you show how clueless you are.. you have nothing of value to say rarely anything close to reality

your life would be meaningless if you did not have a hate filled heart For Christians

and all you do is LIE LIE LIE about Conservatives.

You calling me a liar hell you make John Lovitz character joe look like the paragon of Honesty.


Out of 50 states in the US 46 (better known as 92% have TENURE for Teachers.) and I posted a link to the requirements for EACH STATE needed for Teachers of those states to be eligible for obtaining said Tenure.

so For you callimg me a liar.. you just proved me Honest as the day is long.


Haaa.....so your debate skills consist of "I know you are but what am I?" AND even though I AM A CHRISTIAN.......I hate Christians.

Your "brilliance" is mind-boggling.
 
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A butt wipe in the Trump administration said teachers want more money to buy bigger cars implying that teachers are not eco-friendly.
 
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Sounds like they should have quit some time ago.


IMO if you go on strike you have forfeited your job and should be replaced.
Really? There would be no strong middle class if it had not been for unions and people risking getting their heads bashed in for decent wages and decent working conditions. It seems to me you are working with a third world economy mentality where people are doing so poorly slavery could hardly be worse.
 
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You know that "principle" that a high-paid medical profession is a good idea because good salaries attach the best talent?

Funny how the people who defend high-priced medicine don't apply this principle to the teaching profession, but then all they do is teach our children, nothing very important..........

Carry on....
Teachers take care of children. They are lucky to get any pay. :twisted:

When I had to put my grandmother in a nursing home, her Social Security check was so small she was put in the welfare side and fed after the paying people were fed. Fortunately, her mind was so gone she was unaware of that. She had taught most of her adult life and volunteered as a teacher many years after she was forced to retire because of her age.

We based Social Security on age and not need, to protect the dignity of older people. I feel angry about the loss of dignity she would have suffered is she had been more aware. A nation that does not respect its teacher is primitive.
 
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imaginethat

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Really? There would be no strong middle class if it had not been for unions and people risking getting their heads bashed in for decent wages and decent working conditions. It seems to me you are working with a third world economy mentality where people are doing so poorly slavery could hardly be worse.
Teachers take care of children. They are lucky to get any pay. :twisted:

When I had to put my grandmother in a nursing home, her Social Security check was so small she was put in the welfare side and fed after the paying people were fed. Fortunately, her mind was so gone she was unaware of that. She had taught most of her adult life and volunteered as a teacher many years after she was forced to retire because of her age.

We based Social Security on age and not need, to protect the dignity of older people. I feel angry about the loss of dignity she would have suffered is she had been more aware. A nation that does not respect its teacher is primitive.
Amen to that Athena.

Sabcat presently has given his soul to a vicious form of elitism and ageism that has always existed in the more vile and dark corners of humanity. The serpent eating its own tale is an allegorical fit for these vampires who ironically call others "vampire."
 
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