A person quoted in the article should have been fired herself.
Principals should not be allowed to organize. That is why they are practically impossible to remove.
Several former and current district administrators testified that other principals had made similar missteps and weren’t terminated. They were trained and allowed to improve. When contacted by the Gazette-Journal, all but one of these testifiers declined to comment. Many of them still have contact with or work for the school district.
Of course the entire story is NOT being told.
This principal is said to have a history of railroading teachers she didn't like and she got into trouble for it.