Monday, August 31, 2015

New Jersey Teacher Keeps Job Despite Over 100 Logged Tardies.

The Washington Post (8/28, Brown) reports on the controversy surrounding a New Brunswick, New Jersey teacher “who was late to work more than 100 times over the course of two school years,” noting that an arbitrator has decided that he “may keep his job.” The arbitrator sharply criticized the teacher, Arnold Anderson, but “ruled that the district did not formally notify Anderson of his shortcomings and failed to give him a required 90-day period to improve.” New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie painted the case as an example of unions protecting incompetent teachers.

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