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Byron York
Milwaukee teacher union 'found that 85% of its time went toward litigating disputes and misconduct cases involving 2% of its members.'
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Mad Reverend B. Wayne 20 Dec 16
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But they need more money ! Aren't legal fees part of teachers benefit package these days? Seems like it, while schools get worse
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David Adams 20 Dec 16
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Translation : Vast majority of time & money spent protecting small group of likely poor performers.
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Michael M 20 Dec 16
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Might be a good idea to think of kids and hard working teachers and throw ne'er-do-well 2% under the bus.
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Carolyn Hanington 20 Dec 16
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Ah time well spent🙄 Um tenure laws review anyone?
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Terry J. Clark 20 Dec 16
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Charter Schools have the luxury of selecting their students. Hence a comparison of test scores is totally worthless.
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Ted 20 Dec 16
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You ask how stupid education can be? Go no further.
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Euphonius Bugnuts, Fugitive from Climate Justice 20 Dec 16
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Hmm, the old 80-20 rule needs revision.
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Leonard Gilbert 20 Dec 16
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...litigation PAID FOR by 98% of it's members.
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FallbrookDeb 20 Dec 16
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Sounds like a reason to dump tenure and allow bad teachers to be fired
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