Saturday, May 11, 2013

"Misconduct" = Makes Too Much Money

Phony Ph.D. John Deasy of LAUSD, who should be fired himself for lying on his resume, among many of his sins, is waging open warfare on senior, tenured teachers by falsely calling the vast majority of them guilty of sexual or other misconduct, when in fact this is nothing but getting around the union contract in order to save money on salaries and benefits.

Take a look at what he is doing to teachers even if they "win" their rigged hearings:

But United Teachers Los Angeles leaders have characterized Deasy's actions as a "witch hunt," saying he's using misconduct allegations to get rid of troublesome teachers and those on the upper rungs of the experience and pay scale.

Richard Schwab, a partner in Trygstad, Schwab & Trystad, the law firm that represents UTLA in labor issues, said he's seen a significant shift in the types of allegations being used to dismiss teachers.

"Every case must be judged on its own merits," Schwab said. "But in a number of cases, the nature of the charges haven't been appropriately investigated or have been too vigorously pursued and the evidence never supported such allegations. "

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