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Now that the 2013 negotiations are finished, Maney has shifted away from the previous focus of current employees pay / compensation. He's now focusing on attempting to re-establish a bunch of useless elective courses so that more teachers may be hired. Of couse, the hiring of more teachers will mean more working revenue for the SEA.
Why do we have school employees running their mouths? That's an excellent question! Quite a number of students at our schools would like to know the answer to this as well.
Wonder why there were no questions asked regarding increasing the graduation credit requirements, by adding two more electives?
Wonder why newly elected Board of Education President, Mr.Charles Anderson, appointed retired educator and former under-performing SHS principal, Ron Malone, to the very important Curriculum and Budget board committees? Wonder if Mr. Anderson is aware of the true history of Mr. Malone's past failed practices and Mr. Malone's leadership weaknesses; now proven by his misallocation of district and taxpayer resources, using our program of studies to run the high school like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those union teachers whose skills were not in demand?
Of course, taxpayers have no need to wonder why the hiring of more teachers producing more revenue for the SEA..... simply put, it's all about the more money the SEA teachers earn, the more union dues (from taxpayers pockets) are paid, benefitting the local, state, national education associations with NEW MONEY streaming into the pockets of "big union" politicians political campaigns.