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January 14, 2018

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KRN

Wondering, apologies if you are not a Troll and just an inquiring mind.


Ethics Question:

Would it be ethical for a very small (minded) group of teachers to lie to get another teacher transferred so that they can have their "friends" hired on to the position?

Asking for a fried.

hollyroller@gmail.com

Having worked with a "Small" group of people-Civil Service, believe me when I say that 20 people working 20 years in a stressful environment can easily come together to "Fire" a Co-Worker.
Not always an "in your face" event, more like a Passive Aggressive attack that is incredibly difficult to defend yourself against. A good investigator would see this.
Hang in there.

KRN

Asking for a friend.

An investigator did see this item among other pieces of evidence collected.

The information has been advanced to the California Department of Education for review. The SMUHSD administration and Board do not want this information "in the public" as it may disrupt the "peace" of BHS. So much of ethics and the law.

hollyroller@gmail.com

Dear KRN,
There is so much important information on this thread, it should have it's own thread.
I wonder if there is a reason to continue to "Bury" KRN's obvious mistreatment at the Hands of the School District in the very back of Voice?
Fair and Balanced. Jokes, Jokes, Jokes
Dear Joe, please consider compressing KRN's Post.
Happy Easter

Joe

I had already reached that conclusion as I was wearing out the "Next" button, hollyroller, but thanks for the suggestion.

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