Pitts: 25 percent teacher rule is an insult Fayetteville Observer Cumberland County school officials, like their counterparts across the state, are drafting a list of 25 percent of qualified teachers to offer a four-year contract.
Ms Mueller's insight:
Offering a $500 bonus is not really that motivating. That wouldn't entice me to duck out of the union.
The education system in California is being challenged by nine students who say teachers' tenure violates their rights under the state constitution. The case brought forward by the students, and backed by Students Matter, ...
"A number of states are ending or greatly restricting teacher tenure, with North Carolina becoming the latest to overhaul its tenure rules. North Carolina has become the latest state to overhaul its teacher tenure rules, directing school administrators to offer four-year contracts to top performers but one- or two-year contracts to everybody else. In 2011, Idaho’s legislature was the first to explicitly state that “No new employment contract between a school district and certificated employee shall result in the vesting of tenure, continued expectations of employment or property rights in an employment relationship,” according to the Education Commission of the States. In a 2010 survey, ECS found that Colorado, New Mexico and Florida have eliminated the term 'tenure', while other states have repealed tenure or streamlined the due process procedures. Opponents fear the new rules will promote rapid teacher turnover. 'It’s going to create a revolving door for public educators in North Carolina,' said Rodney Ellis, president of the North Carolina Association of Educators." | via Stateline
Bristol Post Area teachers express high level of job dissatisfaction Arizona Daily Star The study, which was sent out to more than 10,000 teachers, received responses from 1,600-plus educators currently working in Southern Arizona classrooms.
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