I would like to see what facts, research, analysis, or data you have that would support that claim. Or maybe you have personally visited every single school district and made a tally of the number of "prima donnas?" and how do you identify who is a prima donna and who is not? Of all the types of jobs and professions out there, I would rank teachers, and college professors, as the lowest in their desire for money, power, and less work.The way that it works in every single school district from kindergarten thru college is that teachers are prima donnas. They always put themselves first & the students second. They always want more money, more power & less work.
They are upset at C/R because they were running the show & Marsee put them in their place.
This is another unfounded claim. How exactly were the faculty "running the show?" Under Crabill, faculty were in fact very divided against each other, and Crabill also made it an open strategy to play staff against faculty, trying to make the staff resentful and angry against the faculty.
The faculty negotiations have not even started yet. The staff made an exceptional good faith gesture last year in agreeing to "roll over" the contract and not negotiate until this year. If you had heard the comments, you would have seen that none of them had anything to do with any negotiations.Now budgets are extremely tight and teachers are playing hardball in negotiation tactics by attacking Marsee and attacking the board publicly. They want to force the board to cave by embarrassing them publicly.
But yes, on-line courses are a joke. They are committing fraud on the students who think they are getting something of value.