School Board Eliminates Budget Vote, Moves Elections To November
Taxpayers in Mahwah will no longer vote on annual school budgets, so long as they comply with the state's two percent tax levy cap.
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#1 Jan 29, 2012
Private industry has a performance evaluation system in place for 100+ years and Teachers say "don't rush us" into anything. How absurd this sounds. If teachers are incapable of developing a "fair" program after a century, my take is that they are incapable. Should we blame their unions? How embarassing to be a Teacher.
If they can't even do what private industry did a century ago perhaps they are really overpaid based on their abilities.
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