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Should teachers get tenure?


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BioTeach August 16, 2011

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Yes, but because it prevents the teacher from being fired due to one angry parent, or an Admin looking to "shake things up"

For those of you screaming "Evaluate on performance" Please explain to myself, and the other teachers a way that is equitable


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kbutler May 26, 2010

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No! Tenure breeds laziness. If teachers want to be respected as the professionals they are, then they should be evaluated on performance and not years put in. They are not factory workers.


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concernedmom9 May 25, 2010

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No I think a teacher should be evaluated on performance like the rest of us.


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davisparent May 20, 2010

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Of course not. Who in the real world has guaranteed employment not dependent on performance?


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wicca266 May 13, 2010

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NO! Everything should be based on merit just as in the "Real World" of business that most of us face and pay WELL if merited!


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SPENCEREB May 5, 2010

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NO they should not!


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Ladyteach41 April 28, 2010

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Yes! This school has come a long way consider in the past it has been one of the poorest performances school in our district. Congratulations!


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wanda1224 April 27, 2010

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NO WAY!!!


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boergirl April 23, 2010

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No-I understand people would like a guaranteed job,but just like any other job,keeping it should depend on performance.I think some get complacent.


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ANYC201 April 22, 2010

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The system is broken, we need to fix it. It is in the best interest of our children to have better paid teachers!




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