High turnover rate not unique to Leom...

High turnover rate not unique to Leominster - Sentinel & Enterp...

There are 6 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Jun 8, 2008, titled High turnover rate not unique to Leominster - Sentinel & Enterp.... In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

The amount of turnover in school administrators -- like what's happening in the Leominster school district -- is a cause for concern statewide, according to the executive director of the Massachusetts ...

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no body in particular

Norwood, MA

#1 Jun 8, 2008
Superintendent Nadine Binkley said she has made a point hiring replacements from within the district whenever possible in order to avoid destabilization.

"My top priority is always to hire the best people," Binkley said. "If you can hire from within your own system, there are always advantages to that."

--- Sometimes, its just better to bring in new blood.
Enough already

Holden, MA

#2 Jun 9, 2008
Is this the ONLY story this paper can come up with about the schools. I've read the same information and quotes about 5 times now. Stop the nonsense.
Anon

Manchester, NH

#3 Jun 9, 2008
That is because a bunch of whiners want to make sure they make a stink about people leaving. All the claims that Binkley is bringing in outside cronies does not seem to be holding up here.

Personally, if someone is not qualified for the job, don't hire them. Agree with sometimes it is just better to have new blood.
Leominster Resident

Leominster, MA

#4 Jun 10, 2008
I truly hope the school committee discusses the heck out of this! There is talk about exit interviews, but that is all it is TALK. Find out why these people are looking to begin with. If you are happy in your job, of 14 years,you don't go looking without reason! Hey here's an idea..Is Nadine pushing them out! That's the buzz I hear!!
Get Real Resident

Holden, MA

#5 Jun 10, 2008
Get real Leominster resident. Gas is 4 bucks a gallon. Who wouldn't be looking for a job closer to home or a job that pays more? Simple economics is at play here, nothing more.
A job for committee

Holden, MA

#6 Aug 6, 2008
Leominster Resident wrote:
I truly hope the school committee discusses the heck out of this! There is talk about exit interviews, but that is all it is TALK. Find out why these people are looking to begin with. If you are happy in your job, of 14 years,you don't go looking without reason! Hey here's an idea..Is Nadine pushing them out! That's the buzz I hear!!
I certainly hope that the committee publicly considers these issues during evaluation.

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