On Teachers union threatening to sue Janesville School Board
Ummm...thanks for providing the links you seem to think address the question fear..But I apologize if I wasn't clear.I respectfully requested links to your claim of "Sodemann and Schiulte all over the TV begging and pleading with the teachers to break their contract." The links you provided were ones requesting a reopening of the contract. Something that would have to be agreed upon by BOTH sides.That is a far cry from your claim that..." Sodemann and Schiulte all over the TV begging and pleading with the teachers to break their contract." Really? Pleading for them to BREAK their contract? Or requesting a mutual re-opening?BIG difference.
" As a matter of a fact I remember quite vividly Sodemann and Schiulte all over the TV begging and pleading with the teachers to break their contract." Really? I missed that. I would be ever so grateful if you could post a link to that. Thank you.
"Which ones specifically?" Actually, my eyes were first opened to that when the Act 10 hearings were televised. The teachers that spoke in the hearing, (most but not all) did neither themselves nor their cause any favor. And it continues in the blogs and comments. I will give you credit for being able to pick out the ones I refer to on your own...it's not that difficult.
"Janesville will gain absolutely ZERO from these trips." And you know this how? Please share your inside knowledge on this subject. I am truly interested.
I know this will be hard for you to digest fear, but it is offered as a constructive critique only. Teachers are their own worst enemy when it comes to public relations.
What does it matter? I guess I'll ask you that question since you are the one that wrote "Was it a win for the taxpayer when the Administrators were senyt on multiple trips to communist China?" If it didn't cost the taxpayers monetarily, and there was or will be a definitive advantage for the JSD, then I'd say yes, it was a win for the taxpayer. But we may have to wait for the verdict to come in.
"Obviously you have no idea of who I am or what I have dealt with" Ah...likewise my friend.
Since you claim to know so much, who paid for those trips to China?
Obviously you have never participated first hand in employee/employer negotiations fear.
"Please stop with the "taxpayer" rhetoric, its old and worn out." Nah, as long as we have to pay taxes....accountability to the taxpayers via their duly elected representatives will never wear out. That's the American way. Get used to it. It's here to stay.
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