Wednesday, December 18, 2013
WNBC 4 And The Daily News Wants Your Stories On Student Attacks On Staff And Dangerous Schools.
I received an e-mail from a colleague that asked if I would use my blog to help WNBC 4 to investigate student attacks on teachers that the school Administration either minimizes or refuses to report for fear of the bad publicity and a lower school grade. If you experienced such an attack or saw a colleague attacked by a student and nothing happened to the student or was covered up by the school, then please contact Jonathan Vigliotti at WNBC 4. You will remain anonymous so that the Administration or the DOE cannot retaliate against you. Jonathan Vigliotti seems like the real deal and he produced this fair piece just last month that you can find on my blog previously. Here.
Ben Chapman of the New York Daily News and Daniels Royes of ABC 7 wants to hear from teachers who work in "dangerous schools" where the Administration refuses to provide a safe and secure environment for their staff. Personally, I don't trust Ben Chapman who failed to do proper "fact checking" on an article dealing with me. However, if you believe that your school is a "dangerous school" than let him know and hope that his journalist skills have improved since the Spring of 2012.
Staff attacks - contact Jonathan Vigliotti at Vgliotti@gmail.com or 1-786-376-4803. His twitter account is@JonVig4NY
Dangerous schools - Ben Chapman 1-212-210-2100 or 1-646-509-4201 For Daniela Royes at ABC 7 at 1-917-260-7683 or Daniela Royes@ABC.com