Wow. The Board's unwillingness to address this is much more unsettling than Jackson's actions.
Teachers wouldn't "dash off" to the Indy if they could speak to school Admin about issues without fear of retaliation. The fact that an online forum is the only chance teachers get to voice these issues is very telling of the climate of the school. Jackson says she encourages open discussion and wants to hear teachers' thoughts, but as soon as a teacher brings up a concern, the teacher is abruptly silenced. Do you really think a teacher could discuss this issue with school Admin? Sure they could, to then get fired or transferred.
Thank you for posting this blog. I wish more people were commenting on it as it dispels this "form letter" red herring that Jackson's supporters are clinging onto. Please, tweet this blog.
Let's just pray that if Jackson resigns or is terminated that the board doesn't appoint Julie Hennis or Kevin Kay as Principal of CHHS. They make Jackson look like Gandhi.
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