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Teachers Union Rep Reminds Board Members Of Teachers Concerns

September 30th, 2019 by WCBC Radio

A representative for the teachers union, reacting to comments made by the Board of Education president recently on WCBC Radio, reminded the board members that there are still a number of concerns teachers would like to see addressed.  Earlier this month board president Robert Farrell, on WCBC’s “Dave Norman Show”, said he felt the board is working well together under a new superintendent- and there have been noticeable improvements overall. Evan West, Uniserv representative for the Allegany County Education Association,  told the board that the union is receiving an increasing number of  complaints from teachers about various aspects of the working environment…

 

3 Responses to “Teachers Union Rep Reminds Board Members Of Teachers Concerns”

  1. September 30, 2019 at 6:39 am, James said:

    …because the public education system is a joke. Teachers and the school systems have no power or authority. It’s upside-down. The kids have it. The school is meant to simply educate, but because you have broken communities, broken families, parents who are ineffective/addicted; now the school is supposed to be teacher, disciplinarian, value instiller, food and health provider, safety center, prevention provider, social center, etc. It cannot be all of those things nor should it.

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    • October 01, 2019 at 4:46 pm, LRH said:

      > Agreed. Fix this before asking for more money.

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  2. September 30, 2019 at 6:47 am, James said:

    Just to run a school today you will need teachers, janitors, nurses, social workers, counselors, guidance counselors, security officer, dietician, nurses, librarian, secretaries, coaches. Traditional community resources get encamped in the school system out of need because the kids will not get these things at home.

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