You really are republikan arent you.
<quoted text>To keep the payroll down? Don't the teachers with tenure make more than those who have little to none? Aren't the benefits for a tenured teacher higher than those who have little to none? Who pays for these salaries and benefits...the taxpayers, so shouldn't the taxpayers have a voice when it comes to who stays and who goes?
The problem with your statement, "there are many written reasons" is the word written. Just because its protocol doesn't mean it's followed. I could name a couple of govt school teachers who meet one, if not several, of these reasons but are still teaching today.