Monday, December 01, 2014
DTOE's Administrators In Need Of Improvement.
The DTOE blog, known as Don't Tread On Educators, has developed a list of school administrators that are in need of improvement. They call the list ANOI. This list was developed by the DTOE group from nominations by educators who had the displeasure of working with these administrators. This replaces the highly popular PINI (principals in need of improvement)articles that our disconnected union leadership has decided to discontinue under pressure from the CSA. When asked why the union discontinued the PINI articles in the New York Teacher magazine, one union leader claimed that we don't attack fellow union members. I guess the police are not considered fellow union members or is it simply selective memory by our union leadership's part.
The DTOE list for ANOI can be found here. Note the map of the ANOI schools first show up and if you click the icon on the map the school name and address shows up. .Below the map are the ANOI list. Click on the name and the school with a short bio appears about the administrator. By no means, is the list complete and if you go to the DTOE site you can include your administrator to the ever growing list of administrators in need of improvement.
The DTOE blog is for all educators and provides important information about educator rights such as how to FOIL the DOE. More importantly, the DTOE is interested in having non-tenured educators join them as they represent many educators who were unfairly terminated or threatened with a discontinuance by vindictive administrators.
If you go to my "bad principals" section, you can add a couple of more to the ANOI list.