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100 LAUSD Teachers Fired in Crackdown on Misconduct

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Jonas

11 months ago

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Source: KTLA


May 13, 2013


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    MONSTERatLAUSD

    8 months ago

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    LAUSD administrators and principals have been ordered by the superintendent to fabricate most of its child abuse allegations of misconduct in order to get rid of senior and disabled teachers. In order to fabricate these false accusations of child abuse, pornography has been planted by LAUSD staff on computers of teachers after they were made to leave their classrooms and sent to "teacher prison." Other principals have made up stories of child abuse and told parents, asking them to make the phone call to the police. In this way, the principals have gotten around felonies. It is a felony to file a false police report and so it would have been for the principal as a "mandated reporter."

    Many teachers, older and some disabled, had been promised lifetime medical benefits when they retired.

    Many police investigations have turned up nothing in hundreds of cases. While there simply are always a few bad apples in the barrel, sitting next to a child molester on the bus or on the street bench or in a restaurant, does not make one a molester or child abuser unless you work for LAUSD.

    Then the lies of the administrators and principals gets a teacher terminated. It's called "sovereign immunity." In other words, it is the right of the government to SCREW its employees with impunity. Its in the California Education Code and a principal can maliciously falsely accuse an employee with impunity and terminate him/her.

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    Magee88

    11 months ago

    2688 Comments

    what has happened to the teaching profession?

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    Elite1grey

    11 months ago

    1616 Comments

    about time

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