Columbus City Schools' hiring, training plans uncertain

Oct 13, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Columbus Dispatch

Columbus City Schools' proposed property-tax levy dedicates $8.5 million a year to "recruit, retain and train high-quality teachers and principals," but officials have no detailed plan for how that money would be spent.

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hey hey black Albert

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They have no idea how the money will be spent? Bullsheeeeeyit. Deys just cants talks about its in publics. Sheeeeeyit.

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If they have no detailed plan, they don't need the money.

That reeks of "you have to pass the bill before we can tell you what's in it."

Columbus residents: VOTE NO.

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Of course they have no plan. They're all arguing over who gets how much graft. Their double-speak does not fool voters:

"Interim Superintendent Dan Good said the leadership piece “would be a very multivaried approach,” potentially offering financial incentives to recruits and buying a new hiring-evaluation system that attempts to predict which teacher recruits will succeed."

Olly, olly oxen free--Reader, Reader, come out where ever you are!

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gokeefe wrote:
Of course they have no plan. They're all arguing over who gets how much graft. Their double-speak does not fool voters:
"Interim Superintendent Dan Good said the leadership piece “would be a very multivaried approach,” potentially offering financial incentives to recruits and buying a new hiring-evaluation system that attempts to predict which teacher recruits will succeed."
Olly, olly oxen free--Reader, Reader, come out where ever you are!
"a very multivaried approach" = We don't have a clue.

"potentially offering financial incentives to recruits" = paying bonuses to people who will stay one school year and then leave.

"buying a new hiring-evaluation system" = someone on the school board has a financial interest in a technology company.

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I'll say it again: They don't need more money. They need better parenting. No amount of money is going to fix that.
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Only a dumb-ass votes for a tax.

Vote No because Hell No is not a ballot option in Ohio.
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dpx55 wrote:
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"a very multivaried approach" = We don't have a clue.
"potentially offering financial incentives to recruits" = paying bonuses to people who will stay one school year and then leave.
"buying a new hiring-evaluation system" = someone on the school board has a financial interest in a technology company.
Coleman is behind it = tax payers are going to be screwed.

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dpx55 wrote:
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"a very multivaried approach" = We don't have a clue.
"potentially offering financial incentives to recruits" = paying bonuses to people who will stay one school year and then leave.
"buying a new hiring-evaluation system" = someone on the school board has a financial interest in a technology company.
My twist:

"a very multivaried approach" = we don't want accountability
"potentially offering financial incentives" = we're going to hire more expensive administration, Gene Harris wasn't paid enough
"buying a new hiring-evaluation system" = we're looking for the lowest on the totem pole, those dumb enough not to question our authori-tay (as Cartman would say it)
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dpx55 wrote:
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"a very multivaried approach" = We don't have a clue.
"potentially offering financial incentives to recruits" = paying bonuses to people who will stay one school year and then leave.
"buying a new hiring-evaluation system" = someone on the school board has a financial interest in a technology company.
LOL and of course Mikey Coleman and his cronies are not leading the campaign out of the kindness of their hearts.

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