Saturday, August 03, 2019
Is The DOE Discriminating Against Jewish Teachers?
Chancellor Carranza and his DOE administrators are being accused of being anti-White and while I believe he and his top administrators are misguided, I don't believe they are anti-White. Read my previous post Here. However, there seems to be a disturbing trend that many school administrators are trying to force senior teachers to retire and many of them are Jewish.
Because of tight school budgets and school based Fair Student Funding, principals are targeting senior teachers who are eligible to retire by filing or threaten to file 3020-a termination charges. The senior teachers are the "baby boomers" and generation X, the last cohort that had a significant amount of Jewish teachers.
While I don't believe the principals are anti-Semitic, I do believe the Bloomberg era policies that the DOE still employs encourage the principals to target their senior teachers and replace them with far cheaper and untenured "newbies". The principals can then use the salary differential between the departing senior teacher and the entering newbie teacher for their own use in the school budget.
Included is a letter from one teacher who wrote her experience about being forced to retire after being put through a 3020-a hearing in an Israeli newspaper. Here..
Is the DOE discriminating against Jewish teachers? The answer is no but they are targeting senior teachers and many of them are Jewish.