Michael Golde Millcreek School Distri...
Oh noes

Erie, PA

#162 Feb 10, 2013
jane american wrote:
I'll bet she aced 'bullying union style 101'....
Ha Ha Ha Ha! Thats funny.
Neighbors

Coraopolis, PA

#163 Feb 10, 2013
jane american wrote:
...and seriously which college gave mancini the doctorate??? Really?? Are they SURE about that?? What kinda grades did she get anyway? I'll bet she aced 'bullying union style 101'....
Careful, Nicorettie, we are watching you and will call the guys in white coats to bring the nets after you. We do feel sorry for you but not enough to put up with your craziness.
Amateur Science

Dallas, TX

#164 Feb 10, 2013
jane american wrote:
...and seriously which college gave mancini the doctorate??? Really?? Are they SURE about that?? What kinda grades did she get anyway? I'll bet she aced 'bullying union style 101'....
If her doctorate is in education it isn't even a big deal. I'm sure it is valid. She got that after she was already working for a district so she didn't have to pay for the coursework. Education is very soft academically compared to the sciences and even other humanities that have high level foreign language requirements not to mention far more intense and rigorous coursework.
Millcreek Taxpay

Waterford, PA

#165 Feb 10, 2013
Legal Eagle wrote:
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Your affectations are of no interest or consequence. The facts speak for themselves.
Pulling out the vocab again?... You are not the only one with an advanced degree on this board - all evidence to the contrary. Really - observing from the bleachers is much more entertaining. You should try it. ;-)
jane american

Baltimore, MD

#166 Feb 10, 2013
Neighbors wrote:
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Careful, Nicorettie, we are watching you and will call the guys in white coats to bring the nets after you. We do feel sorry for you but not enough to put up with your craziness.
aww ...look the blockleiter's gonna give me a nice new coat!! See they arent all bad:*....u really do care dont u??
also have a degree

Erie, PA

#167 Feb 10, 2013
Amateur Science wrote:
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If her doctorate is in education it isn't even a big deal. I'm sure it is valid. She got that after she was already working for a district so she didn't have to pay for the coursework. Education is very soft academically compared to the sciences and even other humanities that have high level foreign language requirements not to mention far more intense and rigorous coursework.
So what was your doctoral thesis?
Millcreek

Erie, PA

#168 Feb 10, 2013
Amateur Science wrote:
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If her doctorate is in education it isn't even a big deal. I'm sure it is valid. She got that after she was already working for a district so she didn't have to pay for the coursework. Education is very soft academically compared to the sciences and even other humanities that have high level foreign language requirements not to mention far more intense and rigorous coursework.
Her PhD, does little but tickle her ego and justify a bigger salary. While people were knocking Golde for not having a PhD I was happy for it. It saved us money. He would have needed to be paid well over 200K if he did.
Tired of running wild

Erie, PA

#169 Feb 11, 2013
Millcreek wrote:
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Her PhD, does little but tickle her ego and justify a bigger salary. While people were knocking Golde for not having a PhD I was happy for it. It saved us money. He would have needed to be paid well over 200K if he did.
Notice all you talk about is giving more money...money and benefits are not always the answer. Maybe we would get a good candidate if we relied on their past doings and offer a pay that represents the median income earners of this area!
pedal power

Pittsburgh, PA

#170 Feb 11, 2013
Tired of running wild wrote:
<quoted text>Notice all you talk about is giving more money...money and benefits are not always the answer. Maybe we would get a good candidate if we relied on their past doings and offer a pay that represents the median income earners of this area!
You actually think qualified people would even look to the Erie area with that type of mentality?

Case in point: Erie County just a few weeks ago had to increase the pay scale for the deputy warden because qualified candidates would not even discuss an interview under the current pay scale.
Tired of running wild

Erie, PA

#171 Feb 11, 2013
pedal power wrote:
<quoted text>You actually think qualified people would even look to the Erie area with that type of mentality?
Case in point: Erie County just a few weeks ago had to increase the pay scale for the deputy warden because qualified candidates would not even discuss an interview under the current pay scale.
Ok that person needs to walk around with inmates around him, you know his life is in danger. Get a grip!
Pedal power

Erie, PA

#172 Feb 11, 2013
Tired of running wild wrote:
<quoted text>Ok that person needs to walk around with inmates around him, you know his life is in danger. Get a grip!
All you had to do was say you don't understand that you get what you pay for.
Oh noes

Erie, PA

#173 Feb 11, 2013
pedal power wrote:
<quoted text>You actually think qualified people would even look to the Erie area with that type of mentality?
Case in point: Erie County just a few weeks ago had to increase the pay scale for the deputy warden because qualified candidates would not even discuss an interview under the current pay scale.
WRONG. That job was starting fresh at around 41K, they wanted Grossman's friend in there at $75K. This turned out to be political appointment. The DID NOT attempt to search among fresh graduates, and if they did apply they went with the buddy system and not them at 41K.
Oh noes

Erie, PA

#174 Feb 11, 2013
Pedal power wrote:
<quoted text>All you had to do was say you don't understand that you get what you pay for.
You should have heard several county employees laugh like hell when good old Berry Gross made that press release about people not looking to "Start at some 41K" and enjoy a career that will raise to near 80K. That slot was being held open...
Pedal power

Erie, PA

#175 Feb 11, 2013
Oh noes wrote:
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WRONG. That job was starting fresh at around 41K, they wanted Grossman's friend in there at $75K. This turned out to be political appointment. The DID NOT attempt to search among fresh graduates, and if they did apply they went with the buddy system and not them at 41K.
No, not wrong, nice try though.
You get what you pay for.
Suggesting a fresh graduate with zero experience is plain laughable.
Oh noes

Erie, PA

#176 Feb 11, 2013
Pedal power wrote:
<quoted text>Suggesting a fresh graduate with zero experience is plain laughable.
Well to you it is because you like spending money like water. Rather than get someone with a little exp and allow them to grow into the profession. The only way to deal with misguided people in public service to remove them. The set an example. Speaking of the county I bet some people were down at the courthouse tonight that will fix our school spending board problem.
Tired of running wild

Erie, PA

#177 Feb 11, 2013
Pedal power wrote:
<quoted text>No, not wrong, nice try though.
You get what you pay for.
Suggesting a fresh graduate with zero experience is plain laughable.
ok so what did we get out of the superintendent ...experience ? Ie. lack of knowledge of accounting principles, Money well spent right?
Pedal power

Erie, PA

#178 Feb 11, 2013
First of all, recent graduates have zero experience, not little experience.
Second, letting them grow into the position only trains them for their next position as there is no way low balling such an important position will maintain any consistency.
Pedal power

Erie, PA

#179 Feb 11, 2013
Tired of running wild wrote:
<quoted text>ok so what did we get out of the superintendent ...experience ? Ie. lack of knowledge of accounting principles, Money well spent right?
Looking for perfection?
Good luck with that!
It's a good thing the board hires firms to help us out with things like transferring money and when an incorrect move was made.
Tired of running wild

Erie, PA

#180 Feb 11, 2013
Pedal power wrote:
<quoted text>Looking for perfection?
Good luck with that!
It's a good thing the board hires firms to help us out with things like transferring money and when an incorrect move was made.
little slip there ha...us! Your pathetic and can't even rebut any arguments about the audited books of the district.Get a little help from the educator in the house. Lol!
amy

Erie, PA

#181 Feb 11, 2013
Pedal power wrote:
<quoted text>Looking for perfection?
Good luck with that!
It's a good thing the board hires firms to help us out with things like transferring money and when an incorrect move was made.
Told you they are all stupid! Hahahahaha

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