Doesn't work that way in my experience... the good teachers starve to death
until deciding to go to the "dark side" and become administrators, where the
Please remove splinters before emailing
I'm not so sure this is true (at least in Oregon) - I believe a teacher
must allocate any political contributions to a dedicated fund overseen
by the union. At least that's the way the non-licensed union runs things.
LOL..... which reminds me..... Several years ago during the Brown
administration there was a big push to add a rail system to Houston Metro.
IIRC most opposed it but it was built and clouds of suspicion were every
where. Accidents with automobiles averaged more than 1 per week for the
first 18 months. It was comical aside from the "fact"? that it was
"always" the motorists fault for the accident. I have always told my son
that if you are in an auto accident it may not be your fault. a second
accident, certainly partially your fault at the very least. The rail trains
are at the very least half to blame for the 75 accidents that they were
involved in the first several months.
A N Y W A Y,,,,, one of the news agencys did a study on the cost of the
rail system. It was determined that it would have been less expensive to
have purchased a Ferrari for "every" rider of the rail system.
Their pay should cease upon retiring from office, and while in office should
be made a part of the Social Security system.
And as long as I have the soap box, why should they make so MUCH more than
the people fixing the toilets, entering the data at his bank or fixing his
car? (Aren't the "perks" they get enough?) Oh yeah, and count how many real
work days they actually have IN A YEAR!
What happened to "for the love of country"? Don't you dare call me a
dreamer...(even if it is true).
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